Former TOWIE star Lucy Mecklenburgh has given fans a sneak peek inside her incredible walk-in wardrobe.
The 29-year-old showcased her impressive shoe collection via a post of her wardrobe on Instagram.
A regular on the red carpet, Lucy can often be found getting glammed up for big showbiz events, which is why she needs a large space that her red carpet wardrobe can call home.
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Her walk-in wardrobe was made by Daval Furniture and “personally selected for [her] dressing room from the [brand’s] Langham collection”.
The full shelves boast shoes from designer brands such as Jimmy Choo through to high street favourite, Schuh.
Lucy is Mum to ten-month-old Roman, born last March and has had to diversify her style while breastfeeding.
Sharing things she’s learned while breastfeeding Roman she told her followers: “Buttons are your new best friend, and loose high neck top to lift, stretchy necklines, no high neck dresses,”
“Lightweight clothes as you both get super hot, no linen as you get up soo creased when they start wiggling and no silky fabrics that mark easily, baby dribble and sick needs to be able to wipe off.”
She added: “Backless/low back is a no-no as you need a bra for your nipple pads, wide straps if you aren’t comfortable wearing a strapless bra, always check they’re real buttons not just decorative … yep made this mistake a few times!! #worldbreastfeedingweek #normalisebreastfeeding.”
The star, who shares her son with fiancé Ryan Thomas, has been applauded by many of her fans for her candid posts about the reality of being a new mum.
Earlier this month Lucy, owner of fitness brand Results Wellness Lifestyle, revealed to OK! her wedding to Ryan is ‘not a focus’ as she opens up on ‘being realistic’.
She said: “It’s definitely on the back burner. It’s been a tough year for everyone, and with us having a baby, it’s definitely not a focus.
“We don’t know how long it will be until the world feels a little bit more normal. We’re going to wait until everything calms down and we’ll start planning. It’s something exciting to look forward to.”