A winter version of Holly Willoughby’s sell-out dress is now available

Holly Willoughby is a style icon for most of us.

Anything that she wears is swiftly snapped up by any of us who are quick enough to get there before it sells out.

And when she wore a gorgeous polka dot dress back in April, it was no different.

Fans went wild for the spotty green and white number from & Other Stories that she paired with a pair of pointy nude heels.

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After posting a snap of the springtime ensemble to her Instagram page, Holly raked up nearly 60,000 likes and hundreds of comments from fans complimenting her on her pre-summer style.

And of course the dress quickly sold out in & Other Stories, before the retailer introduced a tea dress version and a slip skirt with the same pattern.

While the chic slip skirt is still available, the tea dress, like the original tie waist version, has sold out.

But now the Scandi brand has brought out a new version of the trendy piece – and it’s perfect for winter.

The store is now selling black version of the polka dot dress, which, unlike it’s green predecessor, will sit right at home in any autumn/winter wardrobe.

The Polka Dot Waist Tie Midi Dress features a flowing A-line skirt and a tie waist that does up at the front.

holly willoughby other stories polka dot midi dress winter version

£95, & Other Stories (Credit: & Other Stories)

The stylish number is available in a range of sizes, from European 32 (UK 4) to European 44 (UK 16), and its flattering shape is designed to suit all body types – hence its popularity!

And the new monochrome print means that you can pair it with pretty much anything, whether you want to muted with nude shoes and accessories or make a statement with something brighter.

It’s not the cheapest piece in the wardrobe, as the dress will set you back £95.

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But with the number of looks you can get out of the versatile frock, we think it’s worth it.

Pair it with trainers for a casual weekend, boots for a rainy work day or heels to dress it up for an evening out.

And when it gets really cold you could even layer it up with your favourite knit.

This sounds like it’ll be one worthy investment. Well, that’s our excuse anyway…