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Marks & Spencer's light blue shirt is an office wear staple - Lorraine Kelly just confirmed it

A £25 bargain for the ITV favourite

Laura Sutcliffe

Lorraine Kelly ditched her favourite floral dresses, jumpsuits and pleated skirts on Monday morning - instead going very business-like with her wardrobe! The 59-year-old stepped out in a crisp baby blue shirt by high street favourite Marks & Spencer. Priced at just £25, the smart staple looked incredible with her navy blue cropped trousers - which were from Karen Millen - and metallic silver high heel shoes by Ted Baker. So, if you have a new job and aren't sure what to wear - look to LK for inspiration, she's nailed the tailored, office-style look perfectly! The TV veteran's brown hair was styled in a lightly waved style and you could even see her glam pearl earrings.

Lorraine Kelly showed us how to rock office wear

Last week, the Scottish star looked extremely glam, rocking a black chain-print dress with gold and red detail. The tie-side frock distinctively reminded us of the iconic Versace print which also features the same gold chains.

£25, Marks & Spencer

Although a designer-inspired piece, it thankfully didn't come with a purse-busting price tag - the fancy frock cost just £32 from high street favourite Dorothy Perkins and what's more, it is still available online now. Lorraine teamed the statement number with black tights and high heel boots by Kurt Geiger.

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Speaking to The Express about how she adapts trends to fit with her current wardrobe, the mother-of-one had some great advice, saying: "I don't think you should be a slave to fashion or trends. I love the 1970s revival now and I’ll wear the trousers, which are a wee bit flared, or I’ll get the fringed bag, but I’d never go for the whole look top to toe. It would look too panto. When it comes to fashion you have to be realistic and choose the bits that will work for you and discard the rest."

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