We all know that Abbey Clancy is a natural when it comes to working the camera, but it seems this model behaviour has been passed down to her eight-year-old daughter Liberty. Posing for Tesco’s upcoming launch, The F&F Edit – a collaboration Abbey calls her “favourite to date” – the pair are definitely putting the super into supermarket.
Here, mum-of-four Abbey gives us her tips for elevating basic buys to look expensive, and tells us about her style evolution and favourite pieces from the edit…
Congrats on the new edit, Abbey!
I’m so proud of it – I feel it really reflects my style. I wanted to bring together a collection with all the neutral tones but also have those on-trend pieces for autumn. There’s something for everyone!
We can spot plenty of “quiet luxury” pieces – do these reflect your personal style?
I feel a lot of it is about neutral dressing, and that’s what I love most about this edit. With life always so busy, building a capsule wardrobe that can be styled in so many different ways is key for me.
Give us your tips for making affordable fashion look premium…
My go-to tip for elevating an autumnal look is to invest in a statement coat. Layering an outfit with a quality coat takes it to a whole new level. The aviator coat in this edit is the best quality version I’ve seen on the high street – the shearling lining is so cosy and warm!
Is affordable fashion important to you?
Of course! I love the fact that a busy mum like me, who might want a pick-me-up this autumn, can be in her local supermarket and treat herself to an affordable jumper or a coat that will transform her wardrobe.
How has your style changed over the years?
I’ve always experimented with fashion, but as you get older, your style naturally matures. I’ll buy into trends but I’ve always invested in quality pieces like an aviator jacket or an iconic suit that are stylish year after year.
How excited was your daughter Liberty to model with you?
Liberty loves getting involved and it’s so nice to model with her – we have so much fun! She is a real fan of F&F so when it comes to shooting her favourites from the kids’ collection, she definitely gets excited.
What else have you got coming up?
We have such a busy couple of months coming up. I’m grateful, but I also have slight anxiety with so much to juggle. The kids are starting new schools and I’ve got the classic mum guilt! I’m busy filming a new ITV show all about interiors, which is one of my biggest passions, and we have the podcast ongoing. There’s also the big build-up before the book launches in October. I’m also busy helping Peter with his Crouchfest on 4 November at the Wembley Arena which, for me, is the best night of the year!
Abbey’s F&F Edit is available in sizes 6-22 at select F&F Tesco stores from 7th September, with capsule style essentials from £14
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