Holly Willoughby looks cosy in navy blue ensemble featuring a £49.99 skirt from Zara

If we’re ever stuck for fashion inspiration, one glance at Holly Willoughby’s Instagram account gives us all the motivation we need to nail our winter wardrobe.

The TV star shares her This Morning outfit posts daily, and the good news is you can get today’s entire outfit in just a few clicks. Hooray!

Holly, 39, shared her outfit on Thursday morning ahead of the show - and fans went wild for the cosy navy blue ensemble.

Holly Willoughby’s outfit on today’s This Morning

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And, good news is, you can totally steal her style and nail Autumn/ Winter chic, just like Holly.

VIEW HOLLY'S SKIRT: Limited edition skirt with buttons, Zara, £49.99, zara.com

This limited edition skirt is available in sizes XS, S, M and L and boasts invisible back zip fastening, as well as the gorgeous button detail.

Holly teamed the skirt with a high-end John Smedley sweater, costing £175.

VIEW HOLLY'S KNITWEAR: Catkin - Classic, John Smedley, £175, johnsmedley.com

If that's a little out of your price range, there are several other navy blue roll-necks on the market if you're shopping on a budget.

KNITWEAR ON A BUDGET: Ribbed roll neck fitted jumper, M&S, £17.50, marksandspencer.com

This ribbed blue roll neck from Marks & Spencer will look excellent with the Zara skirt, and costs much less.

Although Holly is now a household style icon, there was a time she wasn’t interested in fashion.

Speaking to Red, she explained, “For a long time, I was pretty clueless. There’s a picture of me on the red carpet when I first started in TV and I’m wearing a brown belted cord skirt, a brown cord jacket, fishnet tights and a weird round toe shoe. What was I thinking? But I’ve grown to like clothes more the older I’ve got and I now recognise the importance of having key staples that fit well in your wardrobe.”

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