Kate Garraway Wears Stunning Floral Print Dress On Good Morning Britain - And It's Just £35!

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When we need inspiration for stylish, affordable, yet sophisticated work wear, looking to our favourite daytime TV presenters is usually a good bet.

The likes of Susanna Reid (opens in new tab), Lorraine Kelly, and Christine Lampard (opens in new tab) usually provide brilliant wardrobe inspiration for our working week with their sleek shift dresses, cosy jumpers and sleek skirts - which are usually not too far out of our price range either.

But today, it was the turn of Kate Garraway to provide all the workwear ideas we need for the winter months.

The Good Morning Britain host debuted another floral number - one of her favourite styles - for her presenting duties on Monday 8th January. And the choice would make the perfect outfit for all of our working weeks - or even a lovely lunch out with friends or family!

50-year-old Kate wore a tropical looking floral wrap dress for her live stint on air, complete with warm black tights and maroon heels from Office.

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The dress is certainly flattering, with mid length sleeves and an a smart mid-length hem, as well as stylish.

But the best part? If you fancy snapping up the look for yourself, it definitely won't break the bank.

The pick is from Debenhams, in their Red Herring collection. And luckily, it's one of the most affordable dresses yet from any daytime TV presenter, at just £35!

Buy Debenhams Red Herring floral v-neck wrap dress, £35, here (opens in new tab)

It's also available in most sizes from size 8 - 20, but is bound to start selling quickly now that Kate has been spotted wearing it.

If you're looking for a smart, winter work-wear look, follow Kate's lead with some simple heels and thick black tights, to keep you feeling warm and sophisticated.

However, if you're planning on wearing the dress at a more informal occasion, such as a family dinner, pair it with a leather jacket and some playful flats for a fun look.

Will you be picking up the dress for yourself?

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 womanandhome.com.