Stacey Solomon revealed her latest manicure on her Instagram on Saturday, and it’s safe to say we’re obsessed.

The Loose Women star posted a light-hearted Instagram story showing off her her first manicure since giving birth to her fifth child, Belle, earlier in the month, joking that she had “Left Joe with all the kids and literally ran out the house to get my nails done”.

Her glossy new manicure is perfect for spring, and features a classic french tip on most of her fingernails, with a minimalist floral design on her index and middle nails. The rounded almond shape also suited the design perfectly.

Floral manicures have become popular again thanks to everyone’s love of reviving the noughties trends. Way back in the early 2000s, floral tips became the must-have manicure for anyone looking to inject a bit of joy and whimsy into their manicures.

Stacey shows off her spring themed floral french manicure

The mum-of-five unveiled her first manicure since giving birth earlier in the month

Although you might think of much busier floral patterns, like the classic Liberty prints, the chicest and easiest way to enjoy this trend is with clean, minimal flower prints like Stacey’s. While you can, of course, head straight to your nearest salon and get them to do it, it’s actually surprisingly easy to do it yourself at home, not to mention it costs just a fraction of the price.

If you’re particularly artistic, you can try hand painting the floral designs yourself using white nail varnish and a small brush. However, if you want a professional finish without the price tag, press on nails are definitely the way to go.

This set of press on nails from Claire's can help you get Stacey's floral springtime manicure

This White Daisy Coffin Vegan Faux Nail Set, now £6 here, mirrors Stacey’s nude base and white floral design, with the added bonus of a glittery gold accent in the middle of each flower. The press-ons come with everything you need, including glue and a range of sizes so you can get the perfect fit – all for under £10.

The coffin shape is also a popular style, so you can get double the trends in one manicure. They’re easy to remove, too; simply soak them off in acetone when you’re ready for your next design.

This Superdrug set can help you get a chic french manicure for less

If you prefer Stacey’s French tipped design, you could try Superdrug Finishing Touches Short French Manicure, £5.49 here, instead. The simple chic design means you could even add your own floral pattern to it by using some nail varnish and a small brush or nail art pen.

The set also comes with an easy to apply glue, so you can simply press them on and go whenever you want to upgrade your manicure.

Thanks for the mani inspo, Stace!


By Editor