Holly Willoughby stunned in her usual knit and skirt combo for Tuesday’s episode of ITV’s This Morning. The star looked beautiful in a nude knitted jumper from Massimo Dutti and a checked pink skirt from Next which will set fans back by £99. She completed her look with her staple suede Gianvitto Rossi Court heels which are a pricey £510. The star racked up over 13,000 likes in under an hour for her outfit Instagram post.
Many of Holly’s outfits sell out instantly after wearing them.
Angie Smith is the talent behind these looks as the presenter continues to work with her celebrity stylist.
She can be found wearing high street brands such as Warehouse, LK Bennett and Jigsaw.
However the star can also be spotted wearing more pricier pieces from brands such as Sandro and Kate Spade.
With over five million followers on instagram, it’s quite clear Holly is pleasing many of her fans with her This Morning looks.
Sunday night saw Holly attend the Bafta Awards with sister Kelly.
I’m a celebrity team won best reality and constructed factual award which Holly seemed thrilled about on an Instagram post later on Sunday evening.
The blonde beauty flaunted her long pins in a gorgeous navy Maria Lucia Hohan gown which featured a sheer panel over her left leg.
She finished her glam look with Sophia Webster strappy heels and jewels from Boodles jewellery and Stephen Webster jewellery.
Her night came to a close as she posted an instagram post of her reuniting with medic Bob claiming she’s missed him.
Holly showed no sign of a hangover for Mondays episode.
The blonde beauty opted for a matching yellow zigzag print two piece from Sandro.
This designer set is priced at £145 for the top and £209 for the skirt.
She paired her look with her usual Giavitto Rossi heels priced at £510.
Holly and Phil will be back presenting tomorrow for another episode of This Morning.
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