Charlotte Hawkins knows a good dress when she finds one. The Good Morning Britain presenter is always giving us wardrobe inspiration on the ITV show, but today she inspired us for a different reason with her outfit – for wearing it twice. We noticed that the dress she wore this morning, currently on sale for £39 reduced from £129 from Damsel in a Dress, was one she wore back in June on the morning show.
This time, Charlotte paired the cowl-neck dress with a pair of red heels from Dune. The dress is a great staple for your wardrobe, as it's smart enough to be worn to the office but can easily transition to an occasion dress too. Called the Sariah Spot Dress, it features flattering ruching at the waist and cowl neck too. Fans loved the look, calling it "gorgeous" and "so cute".
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Charlotte's move to recycle a favourite dress shows the power of shopping your own wardrobe; adding a different pair of shoes or accessories can make a piece look completely new and interesting. Charlotte's look was styled by ITV's Head of Wardrobe, Debbie Harper, who shares outfit details from Charlotte, Kate Garraway and Susanna Reid on her Instagram account. This isn't the first time Charlotte's had an eye for a bargain; her outfits on Good Morning Britain are often from the high street, with Monsoon, Zara and Marks and Spencer among some of her go-to brands for beautiful dresses and printed jumpsuits. When she's not on GMB presenting duties, Charlotte favourites trousers and blouses, especially to present her Sunday Classic FM radio show in.
This morning's show marked the return of GMB's regular presenters Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan, as well as regulars Richard Arnold and weather presenter Laura Tobin. Posting a picture of the team to Instagram, Charlotte wrote: "It's GMB reunited! Happy Monday everyone."
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