Amanda Holden, 50, is the epitome of chic in an olive green co-ord and brown trench coat as she heads home from Heart radio
She often turns heads with her chic ensembles when heading to and from work.
And Amanda Holden, 50, pulled off yet another sophisticated and stylish outfit as she left work at Heart Radio in London after presenting the breakfast show on Friday.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge wows in an olive green shirt with wide legged trousers to match from Serena Bute.
Stylish: Amanda wowed in an olive green co-ord and long brown trench coat as she left work at Global studios in London on Friday
Match it up: The BGT judge finished off her look with a green faux crocodile skin handbag and also a added a second crossbody miniature version of the bag with a gold chain detail
The 50-year-old styled the green look with a brown trench coat and boosted her height with classic white heels.
Complementing her look, Amanda went for a stunning green crocodile effect handbag and also a miniature crossbody version of the bag with gold detail.
The TV personality added a pair of oversized black shades and gold jewellery.
Gorgeous: Amanda strutted home from work in white heels and oversized black sunglasses
Pose: The radio presenter was sure to tag her outfit details on social media for her followers
Her blonde tresses were styled down and straight in a middle parting while she went for a natural make-up look.
As always, Amanda gave her fans an update on the details of her outfit while posing for an Instagram story.
She revealed that her bag is from Aspinal of London.
Amanda recently sent temperatures soaring by posing up a storm in a blue bikini while on a luxury holiday over the Christmas period.
The actress took to Instagram to share a stunning snap of her flaunting her figure in a blue bikini and oversized blue shirt.
The two-piece showed off her glowing tan as she posed for the camera with a beautiful blue background.
Sunny getaway: Amanda sent temperatures soaring by posing up a storm in a blue bikini while on a luxury holiday for Christmas