Celebrities have enviable wardrobes, and it can be hard for us to match them sometimes.
But thanks to some of our favourite high street retailers, it’s possible to achieve great style on a budget.
High street stores are loved by many, and it turns out Lisa Faulkner is a fan of M&S as much as we are! The 47-year-old wore these relaxed yet chic jogging trousers on a recent episode of John and Lisa’s Weekend Kitchen.
What better thing to wear on a programme about welcoming feel-good food? Lisa looked relaxed as she presented the show alongside fiancé John Torode, who is well-known for his work on popular cooking show Masterchef.
She shared the outfit on her Instagram promoting the show.
Lisa’s followers were quick to compliment here on her stylish look in the comments section.
One user said: ‘Love what your wearing you look amazing and so comfy!’
Another agreed: ‘Looking relaxed’, they said simply.
We know you’re probably eager to know where you can buy them, so here they are:
You can grab them for yourself from M&S’ collection. They’re available in black or navy, and in size 6 – 22. Better yet, you can choose from short, regular or long leg so it’s suitable for all bodies. Be sure to check the size guide to make sure you get the right length.
These sporty trousers are stylish and wearable, with an adjustable drawstring waistline to give you a flattering look. Simply pair with a minimal t-shirt and your favourite comfy shoes to complete the look. These trousers could work in all seasons, by simply layering up or opting for sandals.
They’d work well for a casual day at home with the family, or lunch out with your friends. Basically any time you want to be casual, but also feeling good.
Are you going to give these trousers a go?
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