Zoe Hardman reveals her biggest fashion faux pas - EXCLUSIVE

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Zoe Hardman is one of the most stylish presenters on the block but it seems even stars suffer from major fashion faux pas.

Take Me Out: The Gossip host told us about her previous wardrobe malfunctions and what she’s learnt from the mistakes she’s made in the past.

Speaking about her biggest fashion faux pas back in 2005, Zoe told us she slipped up on her debut red-carpet appearance.

“It was the first premiere I ever went to,” she said about her biggest fashion mistake.

The Brit presenter had just finished filming the TV show Playing it Straight and was posing for photographers at the Dukes of Hazzard.

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Zoe was joined by former Big Brother star Anthony Hatton when she made her style malfunction back in 2005.

“I wore the most hideous dress you’ve ever seen, and at the time I thought it was quite fashionable but it was awful,” she joked.

The 30-year-old also admitted to copying pop-group All Saints in the past too – even going as far as dyeing her hair to look like the singers.

“They were my band of choice, so I wore Buffalo trainers, baggy trousers, oversized blazers - and I cut my hair really short with blue and red stripes!” she told us.

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We quite frankly can’t imagine seeing Zoe looking anything less than glamorous, but it seems the face of Your Asda has learnt from her previous faux pas.

“I think it’s OK to make mistakes. We all look at those [worst dressed] pages and think ‘Ooh God, how could she have worn that?’ but getting it right can be quite hard sometimes,” she said.

So after all these years, what’s Zoe’s key style mantra? Wear what you feel comfortable in and your confidence will shine through.

“If you wear it, rock it out like you’re rocking a Dolce! It’s about wearing it with confidence,” she said.
Want to know more about Zoe’s style? Check out her exclusive fashion tips and what's in her make-up bag.

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