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Rarely does Susanna Reid miss the mark in the fashion stakes. Every morning live on Good Morning Britain, the presenter never fails to looks polished and put-together – and always expertly stylish.
And her most recent sartorial offering is no exception.
On 6th November, Susanna wowed fashion fans yet again with a floral skater skirt, chosen by GMB’s resident stylist Debbie Harper. The dress features a range of blue and pink printed flowers, with a flattering, flared skater-dress hemline. The look was completed with some simple white and grey heels.
Fans took to Twitter to praise the choice, with one calling the look “Stunning”, and another calling the dress “lovely”
But the best part is that Susanna’s skater dress is actually super affordable – as well as stunning.
The floral pick is from one of our favourite high-end, high-street stores, Oasis. And it normally sells for the pretty reasonable price of £48.
However, the dress is actually on sale, with the retailer offering a huge 33% off – making the gorgeous dress just £33.60!
The Oasis number would likely make the perfect option for a day at work, just as Susanna has worn it. Team it with a pair of subtle heels and a simple black blazer.
Equally, the dress would be ideal for a fun night out too, accessorised with some glitzy silvery jewellery and a pair of statement heels.
For her early mornings hosting GMB, Susanna often turns to the high-street, regularly wearing picks from Next, Hobbs, and Marks & Spencer. But rarely are her outfit choices so affordable!
Susanna’s co-host for Monday’s show, Charlotte Hawkins, debuted a sunny, yellow dress, also from the high-street. The former Strictly star’s pick was from Zara, and was paired with a simple pair of beige heels from Boden.
On Monday morning, Susanna and Charlotte were reunited with their fellow co-host Piers Morgan. The controversial presenter had been missing from GMB proceedings for over three weeks now in order to film a new TV programme in America.