This ex-model and T4 Presenter is more famous nowadays for her cutting edge style and love of fashion than she is for her on-screen skills and, whilst many of us are losing our heads and joining the ranks of Victoria Beckham, Cheryl Cole and Lily Allen in their quest to look chic and sophisticated in Chanel suits and pristine lace, Alexa\'s edgy, couldn\'t-care-less way of putting an outfit together comes as a welcome relief. This pinafore dress, classic blouse and, what can only be described as a lunchbox, is typical of her effortlessly fashion-forward thinking and, to celebrate her unwavering sense of style we\'ve searched the high street so you can get Alexa\'s latest outfit at a fraction of the price.
Previously pushed to the backs of wardrobes and written off as old-fashioned and dull, blouses have suddenly shot to the top of our wish lists again so, if you haven\'t already got one this pussy bow blouse from Whistles is a great buy. Made from 100% silk it\'s well worth parting with the extra cash and will also look great teamed with black skinny jeans or wet look leggings.
Take a trip down memory lane with a classic pinafore dress like this one from Dahlia. Perfect for making the transition from spring to summer this dress will look great on its own or with opaque tights and is a great way of tapping into the nautical trend.
Despite the fact that she probably has little more than a lipstick and a mobile to carry around with her, Alexa is often seen clutching a satchel making them this season\'s must-have bag. This vintage one from Candysays.com is a bargain and it has that great distressed look.
Alexa is a huge fan of Made jewellery, so much so that she has even designed a piece for them! We think she\'d approve of this oval brass and bone pendant one which contrasts perfectly with her feminine silk blouse.
Stop this look from looking too prim and girly with some chunky black killer heels. These ones from Topshop also have good old Velcro fastenings so there\'s none of that messing around with laces business when you\'ve had one too many.