Holly Willoughby looked ready for summer on Wednesday’s This Morning show alongside her co-host Phillip Schofield. The mother-of-three has become a
Holly Willoughby looked ready for summer on Wednesday’s This Morning show alongside her co-host Phillip Schofield. The mother-of-three has become a fashion icon in recent years thanks to her approachable style and high street finds. Wednesday’s dress was no exception with a vintage style that’s still available to buy online.
It also cinches in at the waist for a flattering shape that showed off Holly’s slim figure.
Holly paired the bright dress with her go-to nude heels from Gianvito Rossi, which are priced at £535.
The presenter often opts for feminine florals, and is well known for her high street fashion that she teams with the odd designer purchase.
For yesterday’s show, she wore a floral skirt and a more formal white silk blouse from & Other Stories with her staple stilettos.
The star has also been mixing up her hair looks this week, as she continues to do her own hair and makeup during the coronavirus crisis.
For Tuesday’s show, Holly wore her hair tied back with loose curls framing her face, a different look for the presenter who is known for her long bob.
But for Wednesday’s show Holly was back to her signature loose waves, with natural-looking makeup.
The presenter has also trialled wearing her blonde locks in a poker-straight style, sporting a new look for Monday’s show as she wore a double denim ensemble from J.Crew.
Holly regularly causes a shopping frenzy as her millions of followers flock to copy her look.
The star’s wardrobe is full of high street finds, including items by brands that are loved by the royals.
Holly often wears Ghost dresses and items from J.Crew and LK Bennett, which are all favoured by the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan Markle.
She has also had her own high street range with Marks and Spencer, with trainers, dresses and skirts fast becoming bestsellers thanks to the TV host’s influence.
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