Lorraine Kelly's stunning striped shirt dress costs just £19.99 - get it here

When we are in need of some dress inspiration, Lorraine Kelly always comes to our rescue!

Week after week, Lorraine stuns us with the gorgeous dresses she wears while hosting her ITV show. Lorraine favours bold colours and patterns in simple, but flattering silhouettes.

Perhaps most importantly, Lorraine tends to favour affordable dresses, which means we are able to get our hands on these gorgeous styles!

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So, what are our top Lorraine fashion picks?

Zara Striped Shirt Dress, £19.99

Reduced from £49.99 to £19.99, Kelly looks svelte in this collared striped dress with long sleeves and a front knot detail.

Closet London Cream Heart Print Gathered Neck A-Line Dress, £71

70's influenced, this midi dress has been cut in a flowy bohemian silhouette with big puff sleeves and a tie back. No wonder Kelly's fans went wild for this number.

M&S Collection Animal Print Belted Midi Shift Dress, £35

The shift shape, finished with an all-over animal print, chic bow belt and subtle slit, is both playful and smart.

Oasis Pink Animal Midi Dress, £56.25

Oasis Pink Animal Midi Dress

(Image credit: Oasis)

Designed in an eye-catching print, this bold midi dress features a hanky hem and ruffle detailing on the skirt and cuffs. Wear like Kelly by day or pair with strappy heels for a distinctly night time look.

Karen Millen Collared Leopard Midi Knit Dress, £81

Karen Millen Collared Leopard Midi Knit Dress

(Image credit: Karen Millen)

By now you'll have got the memo that Kelly is partial to a bit of animal print. This lady-like version features a collared front, elbow-length sleeves and pleated skirt.

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