As per the usual half term schedule, Christine Lampard has been standing in for Lorraine Kelly on ITV’s Lorraine this week.
Naturally, the ever stylish telly star Christine has been looking very well dressed while on the job.
Today, the mum-of-one appeared on screens for her last show of the week looking ultra autumnal and gave us some serious outfit envy.
Taking to Instagram to share a snap shot of her fashion choices for the day’s broadcast, the former One Show host posed in long sleeved burgundy roll neck sweater teamed with matching court heels and a bright berry coloured check print split midi skirt.
Looking chic and coordinated, Christine revealed that both the skirt and sweater are both totally affordable pieces from the high street.
The Pure Merino Wool Roll Neck Jumper is an ideal staple piece for the chilly months and costs just £35 from Marks & Spencer.
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Meanwhile, Christine’s classically fashionable skirt comes in at a bargain price of £34.99.
Praising the Loose Women panelist for her gorgeously cherry toned ensemble, fans took to the comment section to leave their kind words.
‘Love your skirt always look so beautiful,’ penned one, while a second added, ‘Love the easy-access style!’
This wasn’t the first time Christine has rocked some stunning high street buys this week.
On Wednesday she appeared on screen dressed head to toe in orange and yellow tones, sporting a pair of brick red flares from M&S.
Teaming the funky bottoms with a mustard yellow blouse from The Foldfor a brightly coloured photo, Christine wrote, ‘Morning Wednesday! Autumn feels today 🍁 🍂 🍁 🍂.’
While Christine’s yellow shirt may be at the higher end of the price range, it’s currently in the sale for £125 down from £185.
The super wearable trousers cost a very reasonable £39.50 and are available in black too.
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