The £40 jumper loved by Holly Willoughby and Lorraine Kelly is back in stock

When it comes to fashion inspiration, nothing has us going out and investing in an outfit faster than the nation’s TV presenters (apart from maybe the royals…).

And while most presenters on TV these days seem to have an endless wardrobe of fashion-forward ensembles on hand constantly, the ITV crew come out top every time.

The stylish team give us serious wardrobe envy every day as we go from the Good Morning Britain ladies, to Holly, Ruth and Rochelle on This Morning and of course not forgetting the Loose Women squad and Lorraine’s namesake host.

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And so, when a favourite piece of two of the leading ITV ladies came back in stock, we couldn’t contain our excitement.

Slogan jumpers have been hitting the high street hard for the last couple of years and Holly Willoughby and Lorraine Kelly certainly know how to make them work.

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Both the This Morning presenter and the Lorraine host wore a trendy sellout by fashion retailer Joanie that viewers fell in love with.

Holly wowed viewers back in January when she tucked the pink ‘Ciao!’ slogan knit into a structured black mini skirt featuring contrast silver zips.

She paired the get-up with a chic pair of black leathers boots and finished off with sheer black tights.

Lorraine went a touch more formal when she wore the jumper the following month with tapered black trousers and pointed black court heels.

Unfortunately, at the time the popular knit sold out because it was so in demand.

But now fans can get their hands on it once again.

Just in time for autumn, the Concetta Ciao Slogan Jumper is back in stock on the Joanie website.

holly willoughby lorraine kelly slogan jumper available

Credit: Joanie

The versatile knit comes in sizes small – extra large and will set you back only £40.

Grab it quick because as soon as the leaves start to fall we reckon it’ll be gone.