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TALK OF THE TOWN: Samantha Cameron models £370 jumpsuit from her Cefinn brand on Instagram - but some detractors think it looks just like a pair of pyjamas

She set up her own fashion label after being lauded for her style choices in the spotlight as the Prime Minister’s wife. But there’s one aspect of her business that Samantha Cameron has yet to master – selling her designs on Instagram. She presented her first style tutorial on the site this week, modelling the £370 jumpsuit from her Cefinn brand. She told followers that it’s ‘super cool’ and ‘slouchy’, and that she’d definitely wear it to a party or a wedding – though some detractors thought it looked just like a pair of pyjamas.
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