Stacey Solomon’s floral print dress is a bargain Zara buy

Stacey Solomon has long been a loud, proud supporter of high-street fashion. Last year, she even released her own exclusive clothing line with Primark, explaining that the budget store has ‘been there for me and my family when we needed clothes for special occasions or everyday use that were on trend and didn’t break the bank.’

Her own edit aside, the star also frequently appears in her regular post as panellist on Loose Women in outfits that are both stylish and super affordable – and her latest Zara look, which she wore on yesterday’s episode of the show, is no exception.

Stacey Solomon Zara Dress
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Stacey, who announced at the end of the February that she and partner Joe Swash were expecting their first child together, dressed her blooming bump in a blooming gorgeous outfit from the store, teaming it with minimal jewellery and a pair of casual, comfy trainers.

But despite the fact that Stacey, who also has two other children from previous relationships, is expecting, the dress isn’t a maternity-only buy. It’s available on the Zara website in sizes XS to L, for the purse-friendly price of £29.99.

Stacey Solomon Zara Dress

Floral Print Dress, £29.99, Zara

Earlier on in the day, Stacey also made an appearance on the Heart FM Breakfast Show, where she opened up about the challenges her pregnancy has presented so far.

‘I’ve been really sleepy. Probably more than the average person I’d say. I’ve spent most of my day asleep. I get like a good two hour window and you’ve got it right now. I’m going to be wheeled out of the studio asleep,’ she joked.

She added that she’s already started thinking about baby names, although she’d made a ‘schoolboy error’ of letting one of them slip to her sister.

‘I really don’t want my sister to use any of the names. Anyone else can in the world just not her. Because we can’t have cousins that have the same name,’ she admitted.

‘One of her children, I won’t mention which one, has got a name that I really wanted. And I said it out loud before.’