Take a look at the Britain’s Got Talent star’s amazing arm candy…
Amanda Holden‘s style. The 48-year-old shares her latest high street looks with her huge Instagram following daily before she heads to her slot on Heart Radio, and on Britain’s Got Talent, she always wears stunning, avant garde dresses from high-end labels that usually steal the show. But one thing we have noticed recently, is she truly has the best bag collection! From more affordable, luxury arm candy from Aspinal London, to her Gucci cross body bag and her Dior saddle tote, we wouldn’t mind borrowing one of them (or two.) So keep scrolling, and check out the blonde beauty’s impressive collection…
First up, we have this dazzling brown croc number by Aspinal. The label is loved by the Duchess of Cambridge and we can see why – the brand is classic and affordable. London’ tote has a soft croc material with a deep glassy shine and is big enough to take away with you at the weekend.
The Dior saddle bag – which was given iconic status back in the 90’s thanks to Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw – is a great choice for Amanda. The ITV favourite has the black, calf-skin version which costs a staggering £2,450.
Wearing your bag cross-body is very cool indeed, and back in the summer the BGT star wore a white T-shirt, a pleated skirt, trainers, shades and a very cute white Chloe leather belt bag, which set her back £675.
We adore this monochrome getup, made even more striking when the mother-of-two carried a Burberry bag. Not the tartan, original variety, but the small painted edge logo bag, that comes with a funky chain strap with a price tag of £1750.
One of her most regularly reached for bags, is the £800 Gucci Marmont Mini, which is decorated with burnished gold hardware and is made in a compact style that’s a great choice for day or night. We are big fans of the chain-trimmed strap, too.
This £1,890 sleek backpack is made from fine-grained calfskin. It’s a daily bag that Amanda can fit lots into and there are a few carry options too – by the top handle for an on-point look, on a single strap over the shoulder, or of course, like the TV presenter herself – in a classic backpack style.