Daisy Lowe looks effortlessly chic in a black corduroy trouser suit


Daisy Lowe looks effortlessly chic in a black corduroy trouser suit as she makes a stylish arrival at photography exhibition

She’s long been known for her chic sense of style.

And Daisy Lowe put on yet another fashion-forward display as she attended the launch of the exhibition Along The Way by photographer Guy Lowndes and film maker Remi Nicole in partnership with Earl of East on Thursday.

The model, 33, put on a stylish display in a simple black corduroy trouser suit with a pop of colour as she arrived at the event in London.

Chic: Daisy Lowe put on yet another fashion-forward display as she attended the launch of the exhibition Along The Way on Thursday

Chic: Daisy Lowe put on yet another fashion-forward display as she attended the launch of the exhibition Along The Way on Thursday

Daisy sported a chic black corduroy blazer teamed with matching trousers, adding a fresh twist by teaming the two-piece with a red top.

The former Strictly Come Dancing star teamed her look with black trainers and a simple black handbag as she posed up a storm at the launch. 

It came after Daisy bravely spoke out about her problems with mental health issues, admitting she would often try and ‘smile through’ her struggles. 

Lovely! The model put on a stylish display in a simple black corduroy trouser suit with a pop of colour as she arrived at the event in London

Lovely! The model put on a stylish display in a simple black corduroy trouser suit with a pop of colour as she arrived at the event in London

Stylish: The former Strictly Come Dancing star teamed her look with black trainers and a simple black handbag as she posed up a storm at the launch

Stylish: The former Strictly Come Dancing star teamed her look with black trainers and a simple black handbag as she posed up a storm at the launch

Candid: It came after Daisy bravely spoke out about her problems with mental health issues, admitting she would often try and 'smile through' her struggles

Candid: It came after Daisy bravely spoke out about her problems with mental health issues, admitting she would often try and ‘smile through’ her struggles

Sharing throwback snaps of herself, Daisy revealed that she had in the past battled with ‘terrible self esteem’ and at times found herself ‘too anxious to leave the house’. 

She penned: ‘As it’s mental health awareness month in May- it’s taken me until the very last day to write this, it’s so hard to explain to anyone who has been lucky enough not to suffer with their mental health.

‘From the outside, most people could never have known I was struggling… battling with constant negative thought patterns, terrible self esteem, too anxious to leave the house. It felt like the darkness was never going to end… I kept thinking, tomorrow I’ll be better but it was total burnout. I had smiled through it for too long.

‘I turned inwards… it took a lot of support from my loved ones, a lot of understanding when I couldn’t even understand myself… therapy, treatment & care. I know I was very lucky to fight through it all and be here to write this today.

‘I learned a lot about myself, the company I keep, the things in life that make me really smile. I don’t need to wear a mask anymore- I don’t push myself into things that are to my detriment. I speak up and stand in my power when anything doesn’t sit right with me. I know that it is ok to be disagreeable. I don’t have to please everyone… I can say no. It’s ok..’

Struggles: Sharing throwback snaps of herself, Daisy revealed that she had in the past battled with 'terrible self esteem' and at times found herself 'too anxious to leave the house'

Struggles: Sharing throwback snaps of herself, Daisy revealed that she had in the past battled with ‘terrible self esteem’ and at times found herself ‘too anxious to leave the house’

Reaching out: She took to Instagram to mark the end of mental health awareness month with a heartfelt post

Reaching out: She took to Instagram to mark the end of mental health awareness month with a heartfelt post

Daisy went on to offer comfort to anyone else struggling with their mental health, as she continued: ‘I’m writing this to anyone who feels like those tough negative feelings are all life has to offer. I promise you, it gets better from here. Lean on the ones you love, speak up, do anything that helps you climb the emotional scale. 

‘Get outside into nature, listen to music that opens your heart, have a good cry- watch films that make you giggle. Don’t be afraid to open up and be honest about the way you feel. Sunny days are coming… and the dark days only make you appreciate the bright ones even more.

‘One of the incredible things about the time that we are living through is that the stigma around mental health is fading away. Help is at our fingertips. Call Samaritans on +18778704673 anytime of day, any day of the week for confidential and free support… blue skies are coming #mentalhealthawareness

‘P.s. thank you to each and every astoundingly brilliant family member, friend and professional who helped me out my own darkness. You know who you are & I am eternally grateful.’ 

Heartbreaking: Daisy previously revealed that she was forced into rehab following her 2016 Strictly Come Dancing appearance (pictured with pro partner Aljaz Skorjanec)

Heartbreaking: Daisy previously revealed that she was forced into rehab following her 2016 Strictly Come Dancing appearance (pictured with pro partner Aljaz Skorjanec)

Daisy previously revealed that she was forced into rehab following her 2016 Strictly Come Dancing appearance.

The star emotionally shared that clumps of her hair fell out and she even lost the ability to speak during a secret breakdown after the death of her grandfather Eddie Davis.

Daisy said that Strictly Come Dancing had been the greatest experience of her career but that she had struggled after the news of her grandfather’s death reached her on the first day in the BBC studio.

Encouraged by her grandmother to carry on with the competition in his memory, Daisy made it through to week eight alongside dance partner Aljaz Skorjanec.

Tragic loss: Daisy said Strictly had been the greatest experience of her career but she struggled after news of her grandfather's death reached her on the first day in the BBC studio

Tragic loss: Daisy said Strictly had been the greatest experience of her career but she struggled after news of her grandfather’s death reached her on the first day in the BBC studio

The show ended in October 2016 before the nationwide tour started.

Job offers came flooding in as a result and Daisy tried to capitalise on her time in the spotlight by filling her days with as many as eight gigs per day but she quickly realised it was unsustainable.

Daisy ended up experiencing an emotional breakdown which led to her refusing to leave her home for nearly seven months.

Her mother, fashion designer Pearl Lowe, eventually intervened and put her in touch with psychotherapist John McKeown. 

If you have been affected by this story, you can call Samaritans on 116 123 or visit www.samaritans.org

Caring: Daisy's mother, fashion designer Pearl Lowe eventually intervened and put her in touch with psychotherapist John McKeown (pictured in 2014)

Caring: Daisy’s mother, fashion designer Pearl Lowe eventually intervened and put her in touch with psychotherapist John McKeown (pictured in 2014) 

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