Holly Willoughby has returned to her day job following a week off with her family during half term, and she’s making us take style notes yet again.
We love Holly’s outfits pretty much every day she’s on TV, but the presenter has really nailed the red trend this time.
As usual, she shared a picture of her look on Instagram before going live on This Morning. Alongside the picture, she wrote, ‘Morning Monday... today’s #hwstyle💁✨ on @thismorning ... dress by @phaseeight boots by @reiss 🍒’.
Fans were quick to gush about Holly’s stylish look, with one writing, ‘Love this look ❤️’.
Another said, ‘Stunning this morning. Loving the dress.’
A third added, ‘Loving the red you always look amazing Holly! ❤️’.
Holly’s high street dress is from Phase Eight - currently still available in sizes 8 to 18 - and we love how it’s incredibly flattering for every body shape.
Its description online reads, ‘For morning meetings, afternoon catch-ups or evening drinks, this long-sleeved dress is the one you can rely on. Designed in a super soft fabric that hugs the silhouette.’
And it seems like Holly is not the only fan of the flattering dress, as it has quite a few rave reviews online, with one shopper calling it ‘the perfect dress for autumn and winter’.
The mum-of-three paired it with leather knee high boots from Reiss, which are currently still available in sizes 3, 4, 5 and 8 – sizes 6 and 7 are sold out.
Red is very on-trend at the moment, with Duchess Meghan giving us great autumnal inspiration with her red outfit just last Friday.
The royal paired a red leather skirt and classy jumper for a round table discussion at Windsor Castle - and we love it!
Now we're seriously inspired to add a touch of red to our wardrobe...
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