Myleene Klass has opened up about her style icon, fashion regrets and family life in a new interview with Littlewoods – the online department store she has been designing for since 2012. To celebrate her 30th collection with the retailer, the mother-of-two posed alongside oversized glitter balls, whilst modelling a range of show-stopping dresses from her latest range. These included a gorgeous red gown with black tie details, and a floor length blue dress – which are available to buy from 13 November. What's more, Myleene's flattering designs are affordable too, with prices starting from £45 and going up to £175.
Myleene Klass has designed her 30th collection for Littlewoods
Myleene's gorgeous collection is out just in time for the party season
Myleene, who cites Beyoncé as her style icon, told Littlewoods that her new collection was inspired by: "Full out and unapologetic glamour." The TV presenter also disclosed her own top tips for party dressing. She said: "Good underwear (my control line smooths everything out), a glittery black sequin gown, heels and your girl friends are all you need for a fab night out. I've tried and tested this many times!" While discussing her highlight of the last six months, Myleene revealed that along with seeing her business grow, it was: "Watching my daughters get bigger, funnier and more amazing." The Smooth FM presenter added that she was excited to watch her girls "become their own little people."
This blue maxi dress is one of Myleene's favourite pieces from her collection
The mum-of-two talked about her attitude towards fashion regrets
Myleene often turns heads on the red carpet, and has said that she will try anything once when it comes to experimenting with her style. When asked whether she had any fashion regrets, she answered: "I've been a goth, I've corkscrew permed my hair numerous times and I've worn 'all over' lilac in my popstar days and I've loved every minute. I don't live by regrets." Myleene also doesn’t like living by the rules. "I don't think fashion is about rules, it's about expressing yourself and enjoying yourself or else we'd all be wearing the same outfits in the same way like a uniform and where's the fun in that?" she said.