On her first day back in the studio with co-host Phillip Schofield after the Easter break, Holly Willoughby stepped out in a black mini dress and black heels. The star revealed her outfit on her Instagram page just before the popular duo went on air.
The simple outfit was finished with neat black stilettos with a pointed toe.
Fans looking to copy the Celebrity Juice star’s style at a snip of the price can find similar dresses elsewhere – the style of the double breasted blazer-like dress can be seen in other high street stores, although many have longer sleeves being from the autumn/winter collections.
However, online retailer Pretty Little Thing has a similar sleeveless version on its site for a much more reasonable £30; the Black Sleeveless Gold Button Detail Blazer Dress is also available in sizes 4-16.
Dorothy Perkins also has a similar style with the added detail of a waist belt to cinch it in.
Eagle-eyed shoppers will need to be fast if they want to get the look though, as the Black Double Breasted Shirt Dress is in the sale for a bargain £19.50.
Willoughby has become known as much for her fashion style as her bubbly presenting skills, having collaborated with high street store Marks and Spencer on her ‘Holly Loves’ range.
The collection featured Holly’s must-haves across womenswear and footwear, and regularly sells out as fans flock to buy the girl-next-door’s trendy style.
However, there hasn’t been a new edit since last summer, when the khaki jumpsuit in the range became an instant hit.
The star also announced some happy news on Monday’s show, revealing that her niece had been born just a few hours before.
Holly commented that it was nice to have good news to share as the coronavirus pandemic takes over their lives. She and her co-host Phil continued to sit over two metres apart in order to present the show while sticking to government guidelines.
The award-winning pair have just returned from their Easter break, with Eamonn and Ruth holding the fort for the holidays while they had a well-earned rest.
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