Abbey Clancy embraces the colour clashing trend in retro prints

Published Tuesday, Sep 22 2015, 12:41 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
Abbey Clancy proved her style credentials last night (21 September) in a colour clashing combo at a showbiz bash for Love Magazine.

Standing out at London Fashion Week can be hard work, with celebs adorned in designer at every turn, and last night was no exception when a whole hoard of A listers packed out Loulou's private members club in London.

However former Strictly Come Dancing winner Abbey proved she's ahead of the game and managed to steal the show in her bold, colour clashing outfit. The mum-of-two paired a mustard striped knit with a mini red houndstooth skirt and somehow looked fantastic!

 Abbey Clancy attends the Love Magazine miu miu London Fashion Week party at Loulou's on September 21, 2015

© Dave Benett/Getty Images for Love Magazine & miu miu

If there was any doubt that 70s style is making a comeback - Abbey's retro prints should confirm it! The gorgeous blonde even teamed her eye-catching knitted combo with statement orange snakeskin heels, proving top models can officially pull anything off.

Abbey's bold take on the trend is perfect for a fashion bash, but for a more everyday style each piece would work well on its own. A houndstooth skirt or retro knit would make a stylish focal point for an autumnal outfit.

29-year-old Abbey has recently been announced as the new Britain's Next Top Model judge, and we reckon she's going to dish out some great style advice along the way.

Speaking about the show Abbey said: "Britain's Next Top Model is a show very close to my heart as it's where I started my career so I am thrilled to be returning as head judge. We have an incredible team working on this series and I can't wait to bring my own spin to the show.

"Lifetime viewers should expect more drama and style than ever before, and the girls better be ready to bring their A game!"

Oh, we can't wait!

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