Holly Willoughby flaunts her curves in animal print dress – where to buy her outfit

Holly Willoughby showed off her wild side as she joined Phillip Schofield to present ITV’s This Morning. The TV personality wore a bold red animal print dress from Whistles. Known for her curves, the star wore a matching red belt that pulled in her waist and highlighted her enviable figure. She shared a photo of her outfit with her 5.3 million Instagram followers ahead of the award winning show.


For those who want to emulate the presenter’s style, the Whistles piece would set you back £179.

The blonde finished the bold look with her usual flesh tone heels from Gianvito Rossi.

Holly regularly wears the same £510 flesh tone heels which despite the hefty price tag have proven to be an investment for the star.

Before kicking off This Morning, the presenter uploaded an image of her outfit with the hashtag #hwstyle, where fans can find her ensembles and shop the pieces.

Fans took to Instagram today to show adoration for the presenter’s style, commenting on her “tiny waist”.

Yesterday saw Holly carrying out her presenting duties in a pretty fit-and-flare dress from Kate Spade.

The blonde looked stunning in the printed dress which hugged her curves and showed off her pins.

The piece is available on the website and retails at £350.

The mother-of-three finished the look with a pair of Clergerie boots.

Whilst this pair is no longer online, consumers can expect to pay between £400 and £600 for a pair of ankle boots by the brand.

Despite her reputation as ‘queen of the high street’, Holly’s has recently been spotted in more high-end pieces.

On Tuesday evening, the star uploaded a photo of her outfit for the filming of ITV2’s Celebrity Juice.

Opting for a stripe shirt and mini skirt from Harvey Nichols, fans were quick to comment on her “lovely legs”.

The presenter paired the ensemble with some leather boots from L.K.Bennett.

The outfit totals at a whopping £1,520.

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source: express.co.uk