This Morning presenter Ruth Langsford made a statement during her return to the magazine show, with a stunning leopard print jumper.
Taking to Instagram, Ruth Langsford posted a video of herself twirling around to show off her outfit, posing in the iconic This Morning set.
Her caption revealed all the outfit details, as she wrote, ‘First outfit of the new decade on @thismorning ….jumper @thisiswhistles Trousers @hallhuber Shoes @kurtgeiger’
Ruth chose to style the bold jumper with smart black trousers and patent black heels, and fans on Instagram absolutely loved her first outfit of 2020.
Many of them took to her comments to flood the presenter with compliments. One read, ‘Looking fab as always! Very stylish lady😘’
Another wrote, ‘Looking lovely Ruth ❤️’
A third added, ‘Gorgeous! Love the leopard print 🐾’
One excited fan added, ‘Ruth and I have the same jumper !!! 😀😀😀’
Ruth’s bold leopard print jumper is from Whistles, and is currently part of the retailer’s knitwear sale. It used to be £80, but now it’s going for just £44.
The most-wanted leopard print returns in a classic crew knit style. Crafted in soft cotton, it comes in a relaxed fit with long sleeves, making it easy to wear with everything from denim to printed skirts.
According to the product description, ‘The most-wanted leopard print returns in a classic crew knit style. Crafted in soft cotton, it comes in a relaxed fit with long sleeves, making it easy to wear with everything from denim to printed skirts.’
The cosy jumper is a relaxed fit, and is available in UK sizes 4-16. If you need help with sizing, you can use their handy ‘What’s my Size?’ feature to help you out.
To get your hands on Ruth Langsford’s jumper, you can enjoy free UK standard delivery, which takes 3-5 working days. Or you can order to collect in store, which takes the same time.
We think this jumper will be an incredibly versatile piece throughout January, whether you want to dress it up or down.
After all, knitwear is essential as we wait for the warmer months to arrive! Is it Spring yet?