Ruth Langsford's super affordable animal print blouse is selling out very quickly

Ruth Langsford

We love checking out the gorgeous wardrobes of all our favourite celebrities, but sometimes, their outfit choices are a little more expensive than we're prepared to pay.

So when one of of TV's most popular daytime presenters wore an affordable high-street blouse in the print of the season, we definitely took note.

Ruth Langsford recently returned to Loose Women after a few days absence, wearing a gorgeous, leopard print top from high-street hero Wallis.

Pairing the pretty blouse with a pair of black Hobbs cigarette trousers, the 58-year-old looked the epitome of smart chic.

And if you fancy copying the look, you'll be delighted to find out that the animal print blouse is one of the most affordable items Ruth has ever worn.

It's on sale for just £31.50, having been reduced from its original price of £35. However, the attractive sale price means the blouse is flying off the shelves, and is now only available in sizes 12, 14 and 16 online. So make sure to hurry if you want it! You can buy it here.

If you've missed out on your size online though, it's certainly worth checking your local Wallis on the high-street, to see if it's still in stock.

The top, with a sophisticated neck tie, was styled perfectly by Ruth and her team behind-the-scenes at Loose Women. When wearing animal print, it's always a wise move to keep the rest of your outfit clean and simple, to avoid clashing prints and colours.

It looks as though Ruth's Hobbs trousers, which work fabulously with the affordable blouse, are also on sale for a pretty reasonable price.

The tapered Mina trousers are currently available for just £79.20, with Hobbs offering 20% off at the moment on their website. Down from £99, this is basically a bargain we can't afford to miss...

What do you think of Ruth's outfit then? Will you be creating a similar look for work?

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on