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Steal her style - Amal Clooney

Published 9 September 2015 by

When it comes to office wear, no one seems to do it better than Amal Clooney. Since being thrust in the public eye thanks to her relationship with gorgeous George, Amal has fast become something of a style icon. A lawyer by day, part-time celebrity by night, we don’t all have the money to splurge on high-fashion brands like Amal but that doesn’t mean that you can’t dress just like her at a fraction of the price!*

Take this look that she was spotted in back in April, for example. In the middle of a busy day, this snap shot of Amal shows her outfit to be a perfect mix of practicality and style – making it ideal for any office environment. Check out the following to see how you can easily steal her style, for a snip of the price:

1. Waterfall jacket, Primark, £15

2. Pencil skirt, H&M, £14.99

3. Buttoned blouse, Primark, £8

4. Nude heels, Primark, £10

5. Black bag, Primark, £14

Amal must have a crystal ball because the burnt-orange and cream tones that she was wearing at the start of spring are now set for big things this autumn. You too can look bang on trend like Amal. To get the look, simply head down to the high street and pick up a burnt-orange blouse and cream pencil skirt to make up the foundation of your outfit. Accessorise this with a pair of nude heels (make sure to aim for comfort as well as style if you’ll be wearing them all day) and a black bag, large enough to fit in all of your day-to-day essentials.

Although Amal went with bare arms, knowing the UK weather it’s probably best to shield your shoulders with a blazer – this burgundy one from Primark is ideal. A world away from LA prices, this whole outfit comes in at an affordable £61.99, showing that you can create a look just as chic and as stylish as a celeb’s without breaking the bank!

For more tips on how to dress for less, make sure to check back in with us every week.

*Prices correct at time of writing – 08/09/15