Lisa Snowdon's stylist shares the secrets to her 'This Morning' wardrobe

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Lisa Snowdon is 48 but she hardly looks it! She is an inspiration to mid-life women in looking glam and effortless.

As one of the nation’s best-loved radio and TV presenters, she entered the spotlight through modelling. She modelled for everyone fromVogue, Marie Claire and Elle and was also featured in FHM’s 100 Sexiest Women 10 times between 1996 and 2007.

Since modelling, she has had stints on the radio and TV and now does fashion segments on This Morning all while looking fabulously fashionable herself.

Her fashion stylist Amber Jackson revealed to The Telegraph secrets behind their style. For Lisa, she always goes retro. "Lisa is my 1970s queen", she says, "my go-to for her is denim flares and floral prints.'"

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To achieve the look, Amber loves high street labels from Topshop to Zara but likes to mix pieces with premium brands such as Boden or Donna Ida too. It's about style over brand names though.

'"As long as it fits her style, she’s not fussed by the brand. We put her in a Wallis dress once, and it sold out within an hour", says Amber.

Lisa even has her own edit with Wallis. The Lisa Snowdon Edit is a 'curated collection of new-season heroes from printed autumn midi dresses to luxe knitwear.'

There's everything from loungewear, evening wear, footwear and denim. Whatever you're after just take Lisa's word for it. We particularly love the Black Paisley Print Puff Sleeve Top, the Black Faux Leather A-Line Skirt and the Ivory Pearl Embellished Puff Sleeve Jumper.

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Rachel is a freelance contributor to woman&home, covering news as well as books, lifestyle and travel. Her byline has also appeared in The Independent, The Financial Times, ELLE Magazine, VICE, Glamour Magazine and others. She loves nothing more than talking with people to share their stories. When she is not writing you will definitely find her nose in a book or magazine, or perhaps training for the next half marathon, practicing yoga or eating in London's best restaurants.