Holly Willoughby was a ray of sunshine today as she joined co-presenter Phillip Schofield to present ITV’s This Morning. While Holly is known for her affordable style, today the gorgeous blonde opted for a high end piece by Danish fashion brand Sand Copenhagen. The designer yellow number cinched the star in at the waist and showed off her enviable curves. With a hefty price tag of £289, the high summer piece is available online and also comes in a muted pink colour way.
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Holly paired the brightly coloured dress with a pair of flesh toned sandals from Office.
The presenter has worn the same sandals already this week.
On Monday morning, the mum-of-three paired the nude heels with a floral square neckline dress from Ghost.
Ahead of this morning’s show, the stars fans took to Instagram to show their adoration for Holly’s summer time look.
Her outfit choice was a hit with her 5.6 million followers, with one fan commenting ‘yet another gorgeous dress Holly’.
On Yesterday’s edition of ITV’s This Morning, Holly wowed fans in a peach tonal look.
Despite the recent warm weather, The presenter opted for her go-to silhouette of a knitwear piece and skirt.
Fans hoping to shop the blonde’s look, can purchase her floral skirt from high street brand & Other Stories.
Priced at £65, the printed number is the perfect summer staple and is available in alternative prints.
The star’s cropped jumper can be found online at Pure Collection and retails at £74.
Known for their cashmere pieces, Pure Collection is a favourite of the blonde’s, who can regularly be spotted wearing their designs.
Holly is often active on social media and regularly shares her looks with her 5.6 million fans on microblogging site Instagram.
Before kicking off This Morning, the presenter will upload an image of her outfit with the hashtag #hwstyle, where viewers can shop her style.
Fans can also find links to Holly’s outfits via her stylist Angie Smith’s Instagram stories.
Holly will return to our screens tomorrow for another episode of ITV’s This Morning.
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