Ruth Langsford's chic M&S blouse has divided viewers - for this unexpected reason

Ruth Langsford
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Ruth Langsford’s stylish Marks & Spencer’s shirt, which she wore on This Morning yesterday, has sparked a lively debate between viewers.

The TV host wore a khaki-coloured blouse from the high street favourite, but the £35 piece caused quite the stir online.

And while most fans loved Ruth’s latest look, they couldn't quite decide what colour the actual M&S shirt was.

Ruth, 59, jokingly posted on Instagram: ‘This silk or satin shirt is from Autograph at Marks and Spencer.

‘We're debating the colour, I was calling it olive - somebody said something very rude about babies' nappies, but let's not go there…"

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One follower said, I do like your outfit, especially your (I would say dark lime) blouse and animal print shoes. Gorgeous look!’

While another argued, 'It's like an antique gold'.

A third fan thought, 'Yep, I’d agree with you. Definitely Olive x', while another came in with a different colour, saying, 'Olive bronze?'

What do you think the colour of the M&S shirt is?

Although fans may not be able to agree on the colour, they're sure to be happy with the very affordable price of the silk blouse, which is on sale for just £35 at Marks & Spencer.

And if you're not a fan of the olive/green/gold colour, you can also pick the top up in a romantic, dusky rose colour, which would be perfect for the summer.

You can buy the M&S blouse HERE.

With today’s look, Ruth teamed the top with a pair of flared trousers from Mango and a pair of leopard print heels from Dune.

Despite the debate, we're saying it's a winning look!

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