Amanda Holden proves power dressing is here to stay in Duchess-approved British brand
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Amanda Holden proved the power dressing trend is here to stay as she wore a vibrant, pink eye-catching outfit for work on Wednesday.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 51, was the epitome of “pretty in pink” as she donned the head-to-toe magenta pink look as she was leaving the Heart FM studios to fresh from hosting her breakfast show with Jamie Theakston.
The radio presenter and podcast host wore a candy floss-hued blazer and wide-leg trouser combination, with a coordinating pair of stiletto heels.
The coloured suit trend is reigning supreme, and Amanda Holden chose to champion the trend in a stunning two-piece from Laura Green London, the same British brand chosen by the Duchess of Cambridge to wear to the St. Patrick’s Day parade at the Mons Barracks in March.
Taking to her Instagram account, Holden posted a picture of her outfit, which featured a red silk camisole underneath the blazer and was styled by Karl Willett. “On #wednesdays we wear #pink 💕” she captioned the image, referring to the famous line from the 2004 film Mean Girls.
Whilst the Laura Green London Jodie Suit in pink might be a little out of budget for most at £2,900, we can’t fault the bright pink and red colour combination on Holden. Keep scrolling for five affordable alternatives to Amanda Holden’s pink blazer.
Plus, five affordable versions of Amanda Holden’s power pink blazer
Buy it: ASOS EDITION oversized longline blazer in pink | £95 from ASOS
Buy it: Structured cotton blazer | £79.99 from Mango
Buy it: Ted Baker Aleksi Blazer | £175 from John Lewis
Buy it: Brave Soul Longline Double Breasted Blazer | £40 at Very
Buy it: Linen Blend Relaxed Blazer | £45 at M&S
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