• Holly Willoughby’s designer shoes have a £36 high street twin - & they are unbelievable

    Holly Willoughby has had quite the busy weekend! The 38-year-old stepped aboard the MSC Bellissima for the ship’s naming ceremony in Southampton on Saturday night, and her strapless tulle gown by bridal designer Monique Lhuillier stole the show - but it will set you back a cool £2,500. She also wore a funky black suit by Claudie Pierlot which she teamed with a pair of black heels that had see-through detail from Gina - and they don’t come cheap either; £615 to be exact. Yikes! Luckily for us, we have found an incredible replica - and they are from

  • This Marks & Spencer silk shirt is the most gorgeous colour ever - proven by Charlotte Hawkins

    Charlotte Hawkins looked incredible on Good Morning Britain in the sleekest silk shirt from Marks & Spencer. We loved the eye-catching teal colour; it was a great shade on her porcelain skin. The mother-of-one tucked the pretty top into the waistband of her black culottes from Whistles and added high heel stilettos from Kurt Geiger. This look is what you call a true office wear outfit - smart, professional yet still fun. Charlotte, we salute you! Sadly, the GMB presenter's top is a past-season buy, but there are plenty of silk blouses at M&S right now in a variety

  • Holly Willoughby's green John Lewis skirt has the internet going wild

    Girl-about-town Holly Willoughby pepped up our Monday morning in the brightest, boldest colour block outfit we have seen in ages! The gorgeous 38-year-old wowed in a bright green, John Lewis skirt which she teamed with an eye-catching blue roll neck from luxury brand Pure London. Ignoring the old-fashioned view that "Blue and green should never be seen" in the same outfit, Holly's colourful getup was a huge hit with fans. "Weirdly enough, I love this colour combo!!" one follower wrote. Another added: "You look fabulous - blue and green my favourite colours." We loved Holly's shoes too - they

  • Princess Eugenie's latest high street dress is proving SO popular

    On Thursday evening, Princess Eugenie hot-footed it to Windsor Castle to check out her iconic wedding dress which is part of the new royal wedding exhibition.  The little sister of Princess Beatrice wore a fabulous retro-style outfit for the occasion - a houndstooth coat by Sandro which covered her lace dress. We have finally discovered that the Princess's stunning frock is actually from high street store Whistles and priced at £169. The little black dress is made in a timeless design - which combines a classic silhouette with chic animal detailing. It has a flattering fitted waist and a

  • The caped crusaders! The royal ladies who look chic and stylish in caped looks

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  • The Marks & Spencer check coat that Stacey Solomon made look ridiculously cool

    Stacey Solomon is pregnant with her third child and looking more stylish than ever and we love seeing what colourful creations she comes up with. She may be known for her technicolour wardrobe but sometimes the Loose Women favourite opts for monochrome looks with a trendy edge. On Monday, the girlfriend of Joe Swash was papped rocking a simple black dress, crisp white trainers and a stunning check coat from Marks & Spencer. The Prince of Wales check staple was long in length and had a lovely box fit with wide lapels. Although it is sadly a past season

  • Glossier Play has been revealed - and it's even better than we hoped

    Glossier has become our go-to beauty brand for skincare basics, modern essentials and low-key makeup for that no-makeup-makeup look, but now we're very excited with the launch of Glossier Play. Having teased the launch for over a week, we're now thrilled to know exactly what it is! Glossier Play is the glam sister to Glossier - think vibrant colour, fun glitter and luxurious textures. A statement read: "Our team has been working on Glossier Play for over two years, obsessively nerding out over formulas, searching the world (literally) for the best materials, and finessing shades until they were just right.