Holly Willoughby stuns in monochrome - here's how you can get her exact outfit for less than £50

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Holly Willoughby is nailing autumn fashion on This Morning at the moment, and today's outfit is no different.

Wowing in a monochrome skirt paired with a black roll neck jumper, Holly looks gorgeous as always for Tuesday's show. And you can get her entire outfit under £50 in just a few clicks.

Holly Willoughby outfit on today’s This Morning

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Holly is embracing the popular monochrome trend on Tuesday's edition of This Morning, and she has teamed the chic outfit with a pair of simple black suede heels.

And the good news is, her jumper and skirt are both from high street stores and come in at bargain prices, meaning you can easily steal her style!

VIEW HOLLY'S SKIRT HERE: Printed skirt with knot, Zara, £29.99, zara.com

The skirt is still available in sizes XS, S, M and L so act quickly!

Holly Willoughby

VIEW HOLLY'S JUMPER HERE: Roll neck jumper, Reserved, £19.99, reserved.com

Holly Willoughby

And this simple roll neck jumper is so versatile, it will see you through the entire season with many outfits!

View Holly's jumper

View Holly's skirt

Holly's stunning outfit today comes as she is celebrating her youngest son, Chester's 6th birthday.

Earlier this morning, before heading off to work, Holly shared a picture of Chester looking at his Chelsea Football Club themed cake - much to Arsenal loving husband Dan's dismay!

She wrote: "If anyone knows my@arsenal loving husband you’ll know how much this Cake for Chesters birthday is killing him... 🤦🏼♀️ I blame you entirely@franklampard... However that’s our boy all over... marching to the beat of his own drum, spreading absolute joy wherever he goes ... we love you so very much Chester Chops... how is my beautiful baby 6 already!"

Happy birthday little Chester, we hope you have a smashing day!


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