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She's well red!

She is never one to dress boringly.

And, true to form, Billie Faiers put on a seriously buxom display when she indulged in a selfie session on Friday afternoon.

Not shy! The TOWIE star has never really been shy about her buxom figure  
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The blonde TV star poured herself into a sexy number from her designer collection, which marked some social-networking marketing for Black Friday.

The 25 year-old wowed fans in the revealing number, which was floor-length but featured slash detail across the chest and thigh.

Putting focus on her curvaceous shape, she certainly seemed proud of her post-baby figure.

Hoping to cash-in on the nation's pre-Christmas spending frenzy, she encouraged people to buy by tweeting: 'Tonight's dress ONLY £9.99 here. And 30% off everything!'.

Garnering plenty of 'likes' and re-tweets, the sexy shot paved the way for a second - less sexy - image, which saw her in a festive jumper and skinny leather-effect trousers.

Also from her design collection, the winter wardrobe choice was emblazoned with the caption: 'I'm on the naught list!', which was suitably cheeky for the mum-of-one.

The shots come just one day after she shared agorgeous bikini snap on her Instagram on Thursday, showing off her tiny waistline, ample chest and shapely hips in the most flattering of ways.

The blonde - who is a proud mother to one-year-old daughter Nelly - wowed in the black and white zig-zag striped two-piece.

The triangle-shape top barely covered her generous cleavage and her whittled-down waistline looked slimmer than ever.

Almost a year and a half after welcoming her little girl into the world, she proved she has well and truly bounced back to her pre-pregancy figure.

She finished her look, taken on a recent family holiday in Dubai, with a pair of classic aviator shades and her blonde locks styled into a perfect wavy beachy 'do.

Along with the snap, she wrote: 'Awww take me back to holiday ... Loving swimwear365! So many fabulous bikinis to choose from. This monochrome bikini is one of my faves!'

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Wedding: Vowels — Burghart

Makinzie Jo Vowels and Eric Michael Burghart were married on May 30, 2015 at St. Benedict Catholic Church in Atchison. Abbot James Albers and Deacon Richard Boland, grandfather of the bride, officiated the ceremony. Music was provided by Simon Pick, organist, and Brett and Emily Wobker, cantors. The bride was escorted by her father in the double ring ceremony. The reception was held at Benedictine College Dining Hall.

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The bride is the daughter of Mark and Kelly Vowels of Atchison. The groom is the son of Steve and Roberta Burghart of McPherson.

The maid of honor was Leah Peterson and bridesmaids were Mikala Schwery, Sarah Johnson, Morgan Nolte and Jordan Paolucci, all friends of the bride. The guestbook attendant was Laura Prohaska, friend of the bride.

The best man was Chad Nieman and groomsmen were Ben Gehring, Joe Reber, all friends of the groom, Paul Burghart, brother of the groom, and Ben Schwindt, friend of the groom. Ushers were Beau Vowels, brother of the bride, Matt Lazzo, friend of the groom, and Nathan Melia, cousin of the groom.

The flower girl was Reggan Johnson and the ring bearer was Bode Johnson, both friends of the bride.

The groom’s parents hosted the rehearsal dinner at Cedar Ridge Restaurant in Atchison.

Makinzie is a graduate of Maur Hill-Mount Academy and Creighton University. She is an admissions counselor at Bethany College. Eric is a graduate of McPherson High School and Washburn University. He is a physical education teacher in the McPherson school district.

After a honeymoon in Mexico, the couple will reside in McPherson.

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Well, she is the world's best dressed woman!

She beat the likes of Amal Clooney, Emma Watson and Taylor Swift to be crowned the world's best dressed woman back in August.

And last night, Samantha Cameron flexed her style prowess at the British Fashion Awards in London.

Stepping out without her Prime Minister husband David, the 44-year-old mother-of-four played it safe but looked sophisticated in a black midi dress with broderie anglaise detailing on the skirt.

Samantha paired the chic dress - that featured a vest top-like bodice - with a pair of opaque black tights and round-toed high heels.

Adding interest to her night time look, the former creative director of label Smythson incorporated a pop of colour with a cornflour blue clutch bag and red fringed scarf.

Back in the summer, Samantha became the talk of the fashion world when Vanity Fair voted her the best dressed woman of the year
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Make-up was kept to a minimum save for a slick of nude lip gloss while Samantha's brunette locks were blow dried to hang loosely around her shoulders.

Samantha was photographed leaving a drinks reception alone, which was held in partnership with jewellery brand Swarovski at the London Coliseum.

Over a glass of champagne she chatted with industry heavyweights including British Fashion Council chairwoman Natalie Massenet and chief executive Caroline Rush.

Founder of designer online shopping site Net-a-Porter, Natalie donned a floor-length lace concoction.

The pretty floor-length had a bib-like front and a white rose stitched on to the waist belt.

Meanwhile, Caroline chose a plunging V-neck black dress with neon blue and pink accents by the bust.

Back in the summer, Samantha became the talk of the fashion world when Vanity Fair voted her the best dressed woman of the year.

The politician's spouse was put at number one on the list because of her on-point, effortless look, which the magazine described as ‘Conservative charm’.

Samantha was above Taylor Swift who was listed as number two followed by Misty Copeland, the principal dancer of the American Ballet Theatre.

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