One of Holly Willoughby’s most popular ever dresses is finally back in stock

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  • Holly Willoughby’s outfits sell out almost every time – but one particular dress is finally back in stock.

    The TV star often causes a frenzy when she shares a new outfit of the day snap on her Instagram page, just before she goes live on This Morning.

    The pieces she wears sell out nearly every time – much like the Duchess of Cambridge and Meghan Markle effects – and one particular dress vanished pretty quickly a few weeks ago.

    Back in March, Holly stunned wearing a gorgeous floral dress Warehouse, which completely sold out just two hours after she posted her picture on Instagram, according to Red Magazine.

    But now it’s finally back in stock on Asos, in all sizes available (6 to 18).


    SHOP NOW: Warehouse floral print waterfall puff sleeve maxi dress in pink, £69, Asos

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    And we can see why – the flattering shape suits all ages, while the puff sleeves are bang on trend.

    While it’s a lovely dress for a special occasion – and indeed many of Holly’s fans revealed they bought it for weddings they had coming up this summer – it can also be dressed down with white trainers and a denim jacket.

    And if you’re a die-hard fan of Holly’s style, you’re in luck – another one of her recent hits is on sale!

    The Alicia Impressionist dress is usually priced at £295, but can be bought for £221 currently, so it’s the perfect time to snap up the spring wardrobe staple!

    Credit: L.K. Bennett


    SHOP NOW: Alicia Impressionist Floral Print Silk Tea Dress, Was £295 Now £221, L.K. Bennett

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    Holly owes many of her fashion wins to her stylist Angie Smith, who has previously listed all the brands they prefer to shop at.

    “I think that certain brands excel in specific styles. For example, if I need a great cashmere jumper, I always go to John Lewis & Partners or M&S; for tailoring, L.K.Bennett and The Kooples; for coats and skirts, I go to Jigsaw; for dresses, Whistles; for skirts, H&M; and for shoes, Kurt Geiger. For everything else—and for one-off unexpected pieces—I regularly shop Massimo Dutti, Maje, Hobbs, Next, Warehouse, Russell & Bromley, Topshop and Office”, she told Who What Wear.

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