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Good Morning Britain's Charlotte Hawkins is the ultimate lady in red in gorgeous mini-dress

The Karen Millen design is on sale…

Alice Howarth

For Monday's episode of Good Morning Britain, Charlotte Hawkins wore perhaps our favourite ever look on her. Opting for a vibrant, show-stopping scarlett mini-dress to kick the week off, the mother-of-one looked totally amazing. Designed by go-to high street store, Karen Millen, the retro-esque dress featured long blouson sleeves, a cinched-in waist band and a bell skirt. But, the most gorgeous detail was definitely the neckline. A choker-style, it was slit down the chest and had a very on-trend eyelet feature around the neck that had interlacing detail.  

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Not typically one for a mini-dress, Charlotte usually opts for a more demure pencil skirt look or midi-dress when presenting the show but it's definitely a look we, and her fans, think she should try more often. After uploading the outfit photograph to her Instagram, her followers wrote the likes of: "Gorgeous dress. Charlotte [is so] pretty in red", "Absolutely breathtakingly beautiful", and "The real lady in red...stunning". 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The good news is, if you want to emulate her look, the dress is not only on sale but it's still available to buy online in sizes six, eight, 10 and 14 and in stores too. Hugely reduced, the style first retailed for a whooping £215 but it is now £85. A steal, huh?

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If you do pick it up, we'd suggest styling it exactly like Charlotte's stylist, Debbie Dresses, opted to on the presenter. Picking out nude court shoes for the 43-year-old, they complimented the bright dress perfectly without distracting from it. Charlotte's pair were by Carvela and are also in the sale - reduced from £59 to just £19 - however, they're currently only available in sizes seven and eight. Don't fret though - you can find a similar pair of standard nude courts in almost every high street store at the moment.   

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