Holly Willoughby looked more formal than usual for today’s This Morning show alongside her co-host Phillip Schofield. The fashionable presenter is well known for wearing high street brands for her various TV appearances, and today’s show was no different with a very affordable look. The star revealed her outfit ahead of the show on Instagram.
The pretty pleated summer midi skirt featured a pink and green floral print, but the exact skirt doesn’t seem to be available on the website.
However, similar styles are on sale for around £65, with some discounted to as little as £33 – making this one of Holly’s more affordable looks.
The star wore her signature nude heels from Gianvito Rossi with the look, which are priced at £535.
Holly pinned her blonde hair up into a ponytail for Tuesday’s programme to show off the high-necked blouse, with soft curls framing her face.
Holly has had to do her own hair and makeup in recent months due to the coronavirus lockdown, with no makeup artists on set to get the presenters ready.
It’s not the first time the star has wowed fans with her look this week, although it’s a very different style compared to Monday’s outfit.
Fans loved Holly’s bold outfit on Monday, as she appeared on the show sporting double denim with two pieces from J.Crew.
The label is one she wears regularly for the daytime TV show, and is well loved by royals including Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle too.
Holly wore a tight knee-length dark denim pencil skirt together with a paler denim shirt from the brand, showing off her slim figure.
The star styled the look with her staple nude heels, with her followers quick to say how much they loved the look.
Even fellow presenter Davina McCall, who recently stepped into Holly’s shoes while she took a day off to take her children back to school, commented to say she loved the outfit.
“Only you could pull that look off!” another user commented yesterday, with others questioning the trend for double denim outfits.
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