It's the print that everyone wants to be seen in and Holly Willoughby is no exception! On Thursday the 37-year-old wowed This Morning viewers in a stunning leopard print dress by high end brand Ba&sh. The dress retails at a pricey £270 and has sheer sleeves, a midi, dipped hem and a pie-crust neckline. Although a expensive buy - we know how classic leopard print is - so its something HW could bring out again and again every season. Wew loved how Holly styled it too - she added a black belt with a large buckle and simple high heel shoes by high street store L.K.Bennett, priced at £195.
Holly's leopard print dress looked amazing
The mother-of-three is a big fan of leopard print. At the launch of her edit with Marks & Spencer, one of the ITV's favourite pieces was the eye-catching blush pink leopard dress that become an instant sellout for the brand. "I love this dress," she said at the time. "I love leopard print anyway, but I think this nice blush colour is a little bit softer and it's the perfect shaped dress. It's one of those dresses you can just plonk on and you don't feel like it's wearing you, you're wearing it and it's just really comfortable."
Holly has such a busy life - from presenting major ITV shows and being a mother-of-three, it's all go! How does she manage it?
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Speaking to HELLO!, the blonde beauty said: "It's not easy and there is no perfect recipe, there really isn't. I think that I'm really lucky that I can sort of pull back when things feel too much so I know that I'm very blessed for that reason."
She continued: "I'm quite strict with myself so when I'm at work, they are my work hours and I get a lot achieved in a small amount of time, like 'go go go, get it done, get it done' and then it's like 'bang home time - bye everyone!' and then the phone goes off and everything shuts down and I'm a mum.
"So I'm really strict, to the point where I probably drive everyone completely mad, but that's the way it has to be otherwise you don't have a work/life balance."