Lorraine Kelly wears gorgeous £30 top in this popular print

Lorraine Kelly

Lorraine Kelly is without doubt one of the most stylish ladies on our TV screens at the moment.

Whether's she's sporting a lovely fitted dress, a pair of tailored trousers, or a stunning midi skirt - she always looks on top of the trends and most importantly, happy and comfortable in what she's wearing.

And on yesterday's instalment of her morning show, Lorraine wowed her viewers in another on-trend piece.

The popular TV star decided to follow in Ruth Langsford's footsteps, choosing to wear a stunning pink leopard print blouse from Zara for her day's presenting duties.

The shirt had a flattering v-neck design, and Lorraine styled it by tucking it in to a simple pair of black trousers, also from Zara, to create a chic and sophisticated look.

But perhaps the best part is the fact that the lovely leopard print blouse is on sale for just £29.99, meaning you can easily justify treating yourself to it this month.

It's currently still available in all sizes from a XS to an XXL on the Zara website, and is likely to still be on sale in your local Zara store, if you prefer to pick it up in person.

Leopard or animal print is without doubt this season's most popular print, and a range of celebrities including Ruth Langsford and Holly Willoughby have been putting their own spin on the design in recent months.

Buy Zara leopard print shirt, £29.99, here

But the best part of Lorraine's blouse is that it'll go perfectly with just about any other neutral item in your wardrobe. While she's paired hers with some simple black trousers, it would also look lovely with a neutral midi or mini skirt, or even your favourite pair of jeans.

As the shirt is on the long side, you can also style it in a few different ways, tucking it in or leaving it untucked to create a unique look each time you wear it.

We reckon it's a brilliantly stylish and easy way to work animal print in to your wardrobe this season. Race you to the checkouts!

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.