Get the look! Vicky Pattison goes bold in yellow floral dress on Loose Women

Published Wednesday, Aug 3 2016, 15:54 BST  |  By  |  Add comment
It may have been a bit overcast today, but former Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison brought all of the sunshine to the ITV studios in London as she made an appearance on the Loose Women panel.

Oh! And we know where you can grab her traffic-stopping dress!

Former Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison promotes her new book The Real Me on Loose Women, ITV Studios, London, 3rd August 2016

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Former Geordie Shore star Vicky Pattison outside the ITV Studios in London, 3rd August 2016

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The I'm A Celebrity winner looked SO sophisticated as she posed with her new book, The Real Me, clad in this eye-catching yellow pencil dress which boasted stunning white blooms, kimono-style sleeves and a darted waist that accentuated her envy-inducing, hourglass shape.

We want!

This time, Vicky didn't nab the dress from her very own Honeyz collection (we know, gasp!) but because we're total fashion know-it-alls, you can get an exact match over on ASOS and it won't leave you totally out of pocket at £48.

Vicky teamed her chicer than chic dress (which is selling out fast, FYI) with a simple pair of pointed white court heels and she triumphed in the hair stakes with a Kourtney Kardashian-inspired fishtail braid worn to the side.

What a babe.

On the show, Vicky was asked to talk about ex-boyfriend Stephen Bear (currently starring in Celebrity Big Brother) but admitted that she didn't fancy giving him any more air time!

"I'm not going to talk about him because he's talked about me enough for the pair of us," Vicky said before mentioning that she wouldn't make the same mistake again.

"Every questionable boyfriend, awkward date or mistake you have made, it's led to something and you've learned from it, and I've learned from it."

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