Stuck with what to wear this summer? Fear not, as Fearne Cotton has just dropped a new collection with affordable high street brand Nobody’s Child – and it’s absolutely gorgeous.
Nobody’s Child boasts a huge following of celebrity customers, including the likes of Holly Willoughby, Frankie Bridge and Rochelle Humes.
Now, the brand has collaborated with TV presenter and former Radio 1 DJ Fearne Cotton to create a collection for her extremely popular wellbeing podcast, Happy Place.
The 19-piece collection is oozing with summer chic and is available to shop now at nobodyschild.com.
Bursting with vibrant colours and pretty prints, everything is made using eco-friendly fabrics, notably organic or transitional cotton and Lenzing Ecovero Viscose.
The Rachel midi dress is a fabulous style that will see you through a number of occasions this summer. It has a fully-smocked frame, which is balanced by a round neckline and a slightly tiered hemline. Also available in curve sizing.
Featuring a striking floral print, the Vienna mini dress is the ultimate statement outfit, whether you wear it at the park or seaside.
In a relaxed and roomy fit, the dress features a tiered skirt and tie detailing to the back to adjust to your preference.
Geometric patterns meet floral blooms on a pink colour palette for the Alexis mini dress. It features a V-neckline, self-tie short sleeves and an A-line skirt. Perfect for both casual days and special events.
Prices start at just £35, ensuring everyone can copy Fearne’s sustainable style without breaking the bank. It perfectly encapsulates Fearne’s eclectic, retro style with a rockstar edge.
Whether you need a go-to for picnic dates or a chic wedding guest outfit, this collection certainly has it all. Highlights include a
Speaking of her new collection, Fearne said: “For me, fashion is as much about clothes that make you feel good as ones that make you look good. That’s why I’m proud to have partnered with Nobody’s Child – a brand that shares my views on responsible fashion.
“Together, we’ve created a collection that is all about having fun with your clothes and dressing in a way that makes you feel empowered.”
Jody Plows, CEO of Nobody’s Child, said: “It’s important to us that we partner with consciously minded individuals and businesses across all that we do at an affordable price point, so for our first-ever brand partnership, we knew that Fearne and Happy Place was a dream pairing.
“Sartorially, Fearne’s fashion choices are effortless and weave a little edge into each look while emulating the Nobody’s Child aesthetic perfectly.”
The Fearne Cotton x Happy Place by Fearne Cotton collection is available online at nobodyschild.com, at the brand’s Carnaby Street pop up and in M&S stores across the UK.
We wouldn’t be surprised if the summery range gets snapped up quickly – so act fast if you don’t want to miss it.