Working out what to wear everyday for work is a task that many of us find a chore, so imagine if you then had to wear that outfit in-front of the entire nation every morning? Looking good in front of the camera is something that Ruth Langsford has honed over years of working in television, and luckily the star also has a team of stylists around her to ensure she looks fabulous and camera-ready day-in day-out. However, this doesn’t stop us coveting her style, and adding some of our favourite Ruth Langsford outfits to our wardrobe.
Ruth’s latest outfit on This Morning has us clicking straight on the online checkout button to add the super wearable and wonderfully affordable piece to our day-to-day dress collection.
The 57-year-old chose an attractive burgundy midi-dress with a fabulous floral pattern by M&Co for yesterday’s This Morning show. With a subtle figure-flattering tie that accentuates the waist, and a demure high-neckline, it’s a style that will suit a variety of shapes and sizes. And, at just £22 it’s the perfect affordable addition to any wardrobe.
Ruth’s floral dress is the perfect outfit to see you through the end of summer and straight into autumn. Trans-seasonal dressing can be one of the most difficult times to work out what to wear, but the on-trend shade of this dress plus the mid length hem means it’s perfect for pairing with pumps and sunglasses for Indian Summer September days, or wearing with ankle boots and a chunky knit when the days start to turn and the leaves begin to fall.
Floral Print Fit And Flare Dress, £22, M&Co – Buy it now
The dress currently has £10 off on the mandco.com website and is available in sizes 10-16 (unfortunately sizes 8 and 18 are out of stock) – so grab it before it goes!
Ruth will soon be swapping the TV studio for the dance floor as she prepares for Strictly Come Dancing 2017.
The TV presenter will be switching up demure daytime dressing for sequins and glitter, showcasing a whole new style for the dancing show. Rehearsals are well underway and Ruth was snapped looking wiped out after her first session in the dance studio with the pros. After seeing that her odds for winning sat at just 66-1, Ruth retorted, “Well, it can only go up from there!”