Lisa Faulkner never fails to look super stylish, whether she's showing off some relaxed street style, or a more put-together look on her show, John and Lisa's Weekend Kitchen.
She regularly gives her fans an inside peek at her outfit too, so they can pick up her stunning fashion buys all for themselves.
And a few days ago, Lisa did just that, revealing she’d opted for a very affordable blouse from Marks & Spencer.
Taking a picture of the look, Lisa debuted the chic pink top, with a ruched high collar and matching sleeves, tucked in to a navy striped skirt from Oliver Bonas.
Sadly, it looks as though her exact M&S blouse is sold out on the website, but a very similar looking one is still available, for a price of just £35. You can buy it HERE.
This gorgeous blouse, with a similarly long sleeve and high neck to Lisa’s, but appears to come in a slightly lighter pink to the chef’s.
In the caption of Lisa’s outfit photo, she also shared with her 146,000 fans that she’d experienced a very relatable fashion problem – and something that we’ve probably all experienced at some point.
The 47-year-old revealed that she was originally wearing jeans, but that they’d been so tight that she’d been forced to pop into a shop to buy an alternate outfit.
Lisa explained, ‘Silly pic taken after boarding the train to Durham.
‘Was in THE most UNCOMFORTABLE jeans and had to run into @oliverbonas and buy this lovely skirt and I can finally breathe!!! 😂’.
Many of her followers confessed that they could relate, with one commenting, ‘Nobody needs too tight jeans in their life! 👖 need to leave room for cake anyway 🧁 xx’
While a second said, ‘😂😭😂😭I did that the other day my dress was soooo uncomfortable I had to go buy another !’, and a third wrote, ‘At my age, it’s all about the comfort now 😜 x’.
Lisa and her husband-to-be have just celebrated some very exciting news, with the announcement that their ITV cooking show had been renewed for a second season.
And of course, the popular pair are also planning their upcoming wedding – so it’s sure to be a busy time in the Torode/Faulkner household!