The Project's Carrie Bickmore stuns in $199 Sheike dress: 'Gorgeous'

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Carrie Bickmore in a Sheike dress
Carrie Bickmore's Sheike dress is perfect for spring. Photo: Instagram/Carrie Bickmore

She's known for her impeccable fashion sense and The Project host Carrie Bickmore has done it once again, with fans left swooning over one of her latest ensembles. 

Carrie took to the Channel 10 desk on Tuesday night wearing a bright, flattering dress, perfect for summer. 

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The 'Summer Stripes Dress' from Sheike, which retails for $199.95, comes in sizes 6 to 16 and features a lightweight sheer fabric. 

The multicoloured design also features shoulder pads, an elasticated waistband and a plunging neckline. 

'Summer Stripes Dress' from Sheike.

Carrie Bickmore's fans couldn't get enough of the dress, with many saying they were rushing out to get it for themselves. 

"Stunning!!! Love this outfit," one persons said, with another calling it "gorgeous". 

"My god that outfit was stunning. I’d buy it but I’m in Melbourne so no where to go," another person wrote.

"We will have to start picnic runways to show off our outfits we haven’t been able to wear!," oner person said. 

It's not the first time the 40-year-old has caused a stir with one of her outfits on The Project

Check out some of her best looks from the show here.  

 

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