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She's been wowing the style brigade with her chic sartorial displays as she sits on the FROW for London Fashion Week.
And Daisy Lowe, 30, was back to her old style tricks as she donned a stylish floral mini dress attending the star-studded Erdem Autumn Winter show in London on Monday alongside pal Alexa Chung, 35, and American actress Dianna Agron, 32.
Model - Statuesque - Frame - Thigh-grazer - Fabric
The British model displayed her statuesque frame in the voluminous thigh-grazer, which boasted a semi-sheer floral fabric over a black slip, as she arrived to the National Portrait Gallery ahead of the fashion event.
The daughter of Pearl Lowe paired the stylish look with a pair of black denier tights and a patent leather heel.
Locks - Curl - Smokey - Eye - Occasion
She worked her raven-coloured chin-length locks into a soft curl and sported a smokey eye for the stylish occasion.
Daisy accessorised her ensemble with a pair of statement drop-earrings and a simple black box clutch while she posed for photos outside the venue.
Appearance - Star - Battle - Image - Self-confidence
Despite her confident appearance, the star has previously spoken out about her internal battle with her image and self-confidence being in the modelling industry.
She told The Telegraph in 2014: 'If you stand me next to a normal model I look like an elephant, and that’s all right.'
Industry - Time - Years - Things
'I’ve been in this industry a long time — 10 years — and I’ve been so lucky to do the things that I’ve been lucky enough to do.'
In an interview with The Sunday People, the TV personality explained: 'Every day we’re shown images about the perfect body and what it should be – but we just have the ones that we live in.'
'I - Insecure - Times - Life - Bed
She continued: 'I think feeling insecure can be completely crippling... I have had times in my life when I have been unable to get out of bed because...
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