Charlotte Hawkins gorgeously festive Boden top is 50% off at the moment - get it before it sells out

Charlotte Hawkins always pulls it out of the bag - and we love her most recent outfit...

Charlotte Hawkins
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While Christmas is set to look a little different this year, dressing up for the festive season (be it in your cosiest loungewear or some of the best sparkly tops), is one way we can make ourselves feel a little bit better about the strange set of circumstances many of us are in right now.

And right now, some of our favourite celebrities are helping to inspire our outfits for the big day itself - including Good Morning Britain host Charlotte Hawkins.

For the show today, Charlotte pulled out all the sartorial stops. She opted to wear gorgeous, pink lace blouse, and a pair of festive red trousers that have left us feeling more Christmassy than Mariah Carey.

So where can you buy Charlotte's outfit for yourself? Find out below...

Where to buy Charlotte Hawkins' outfit today

Charlotte's beautiful pink lace top is available to buy from Boden - but beware, the Isabella top is selling out very quickly.

And we're not surprised - it's currently on sale for 50% off, down from £110 to £55!

That's a whopping £55 off - an incredible saving if ever we've seen one.

The pink version of the blouse is selling fast with only a few sizes left, but the long-sleeved top also comes in white and black, and there are a lot more sizes left in these colours if yours has sold out in pink.

Shop Charlotte's top at Boden now.

Boden top

(Image credit: Boden)

Charlotte's red trousers are on sale from a German retailer, so aren't available to buy in the UK or US.

But we've found a great dupe in these stylish tapered Hobbs trousers, which are on sale now for £65.

Buy them from Hobbs here.

Hobbs trousers

(Image credit: Hobbs)

So will you be picking up Charlotte's outfit for yourself for the Christmas season?

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on