Lorraine Kelly's chain-print dress is a total Dorothy Perkins bargain

What a bargain!

Laura Sutcliffe

Lorraine Kelly's wardrobe is packed with timeless pieces. From her favourite nude high heel shoes and her tailored shirt dresses to her sleek black trousers, the 59-year-old's outfits will definitely last the test of time. On Tuesday, the TV veteran looked fabulous, rocking a black chain-print dress with gold and red detail. Glamorous, right? The tie-side frock distinctively reminded us of the iconic Versace print which also features gold chains. Best of all, this designer-inspired number doesn't come with a purse-busting price tag; it will set you back just £32 from high street favourite Dorothy Perkins. Mother-of-one Lorraine teamed the statement number with black tights and high heel boots by Kurt Geiger.

We loved Lorraine's Versace-style dress

It seems that the ITV host is loving eye-catching prints right now. On Monday's show, Lorraine rocked an incredible, bright green zebra-print dress by Topshop.

£32, Dorothy Perkins

Priced at £49, it featured long sleeves, a cinching waistband, puffed shoulders, ruched detailing on the skirt and a flattering V-neckline. The shape of the frock complimented her shape and the bold shade of the dress complimented her brunette colouring perfectly. It has sadly sold out since LK wore it - proving she is fashion force for shoppers. 

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The TV veteran is widely applauded for her on-point outfits and is a great role model for women in their fifties. The Scottish star works alongside Mark Heyes who gives style advice during the show.

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Speaking to The Daily Record, the stylist said he thinks Lorraine looks better than ever. "Lorraine is the ultimate style icon. She doesn't look 40, never mind 50. She has a sedate, classic fashion sense, which ensures she never looks brash. She has a great pair of pins on her and these days, she is not frightened to get them out."

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