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Lorraine Kelly usually brightens up our mornings not only with her sunny disposition, but also with her delightful fashion choices - and we're particularly loving her leather skirt and roll neck combo!
The TV presenter posts a daily outfit post to showcase her style choices, and we’re especially impressed by today’s look.
Pairing a classic grey roll neck jumper and a leather pencil skirt, Lorraine looked classy and impressed fans on social media who referred to the look as ‘absolutely perfect’.
The leather skirt with a ruffle detail is from British brand Sosandar, and currently only has sizes 14 to 20 available on their website – so you better hurry up if you wanted to copy Lorraine’s fabulous look!
The brand says in the product description, ‘So luxe looking, you’d never know it’s faux. Guaranteed to make you feel sassy, our tan skirt features a ruffle trim that gives it the edge over the rest. It’s designed to sit high on the waist, highlighting your middle, for comfort and confidence. Just add a black polo neck.’
We also love the classic roll neck she picked from one of our favourites, Marks & Spencer. The versatile jumper is available in 10 different colours and in sizez 6 to 24.
The morning TV star is celebrating 35 years in broadcasting as well as her 60th birthday this year, and she’s opened up about how it hasn’t always been plain sailing.
Speaking to BBC News, she said, “I know people had a good old laugh about that, and that’s fine! But we all do that to a certain degree in our work. I mean, there are days that I go into work and I don’t feel 100% but I’m not going to sit there and go ‘poor me, poor me.’
“I’ve got the best job in the world, but, like every single human being on earth, you don’t feel great all the time. But, you go in, and it doesn’t matter what job you do, driving a bus or whatever it is, we’ve all got that kind of persona. You go home to your loved one and you go, ‘Oh God I’ve had a terrible day!’ But you don’t do that while you’re in your work, you’re professional and you have to be.”