Frankie Bridge is fast becoming one of our favourite social media style inspirations with her affordable wardrobe choices, and her latest outfit is just another reminder of why.
The pop star-turned-presenter took to Instagram to show off a bright yellow knitted jumper by high street hero H&M, and it’s not only purse-friendly but perfect for the (hopefully) incoming spring season.
Priced at just £34.99, the knitted cotton jumper can be styled in a variety of ways. As her post shows, Frankie opted for a pair of black PU trousers by Miss Selfridge and brown pointed Steve Madden shoes to complete her look.
The bright and beautiful jumper is still available in all sizes from XS to L on the Swedish brand’s website – where it’s teamed with a pair of wide-leg rust trousers, if you need more outfit ideas – so get your hands on it while you can.
Frankie, who is a mother-of-two and a big advocate for mental health, wore the outfit during a visit to the BBC studios in White City before visiting ITV’s Lorraine where she was promoting her project, #TimeToTalk – a campaign tackling taboos against mental health and encouraging open conversations about it.
Referring to the campaign, Frankie wrote in the caption for her outfit picture:’ I had more important things to be posting about on the day… so here’s the outfit details from Thursday…’
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Well… today was a pretty amazing day, it was #TimetoTalk Day and I got to start a proper conversation about mental health with some super awesome, inspiring people… we all got to share our stories and experiences… sometimes we have to practice what we preach… open up and be vulnerable… it never fails to pay off… which has made my next project even more important, exciting… (and scary!) I’m writing a book!!!! Called OPEN… such a simple word… but so hard to do… all about my breakdown and living with my depression and anxiety … with notes from my psychiatrist & psychologist with little tips and insight into my recovery… it’s on pre order now 🙈 https://amzn.to/2UIjcTK #open #reallife #mentalhealth #friends #30for30
The star also recently announced that she is writing a book about mental health, which will be titled Open.
She wrote in an announcement on Instagram: ‘[It’s] such a simple word… but so hard to do… all about my breakdown and living with my depression and anxiety … with notes from my psychiatrist & psychologist with little tips and insight into my recovery… it’s on pre order now.’