Frankie Bridge sent fans into a frenzy on Friday wearing Mango’s most daring midi dress as she returned to the Loose Women panel – and we’re obsessed with the color.
Frankie Bridge looked stunning on Friday as she stunned fans wearing a midi shirt dress in fall’s hottest color.
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The star wore the scarlet red dress of Mango for his return to loose women panel – and viewers were quick to comment on the striking dress, which she paired with a pair of shiny black thigh-high boots. So Chic!
Luckily, the dress is still available in the shop, but you’ll have to hurry if you like it – because it’s selling out fast!
have the look
Bow shirt dress, £59.99, Mango
The shirt dress is so flattering with its thigh-high slit and front bow, which perfectly cinches the waist for the most feminine silhouette. We recommend pairing it with a pair of boots and a long coat for an effortless fall daytime look, or opt for a pair of strappy heels and a leather jacket for a glamorous evening ensemble.
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If you also love Frankie boots, we’ve found a similar pair that will instantly elevate any outfit.
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High Heel Knee High Boots, £60, ASOS
Taking to Instagram to share her latest look, the former Saturdays singer wrote, “Finally back with the ladies…and my first @loosewomen with an audience!!!”
Fans immediately took to the comments to express their love for the red dress. One wrote, “Love this dress so much!” Another added: “Gorgeous dress and I love your boots!”
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This isn’t the first time the mom-of-two has turned heads with her jaw-dropping outfits. The star recently wowed in a black cutout Nobody’s Child’s dressand £40 H&M green dress it’s just perfect for the holidays.
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