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Recognise Lorraine Kelly's pink Ciao jumper? Holly Willoughby wore it first

Great minds think alike!

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Lorraine Kelly saved her best outfit til last on Friday, rocking a fabulous slogan jumper by Joanie Clothing on her show. The pastel pink 'Ciao' knit has a classic fit - a crew neck, ribbed hem and cuffs and is price at an affordable £38. The 59-year-old teamed it with black cigarette pants by Karen Millen and high heel black shoes by L.K.Bennett. If you recognise this funky top - that's because fellow ITV star Holly Willoughby wore it in 2018 during the first week of January. Talk about a  new year pick-me-up! Holly, 38, styled hers slightly different - she teamed it with a black mini skirt and tights. The top is one of Joanie Clothing's best sellers and we spoke to the brand's director, who said: " You can make a style statement and stay warm with our soft slogan knits. Style with a wide leg denim, for easy daytime took. Once it gets warmer, refresh the look with button through mini or print midi skirt and pumps."

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We loved Lorraine's stylish slogan top

On Valentine's Day, the mother-of-one decided to embrace the day of love in a bright red mini dress from one of her favourite high street stores Oasis.

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£38, Joanie Clothing

The 'Rosie' knitted dress is priced at £40 and has contrasting white piping at the neck and sleeves. Lorraine decide to keep in with the red theme and add red high heel shoes from Aldo too. 

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Holly Willoughby wore the same design in 2018

It appears that Lorraine like to say it with her clothes lately. Last week the Scottish-born star wore a funky monochrome jumper than had the words 'Bon Bon' emblazoned across the front.

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From high street store Oasis it is still available for a purse-friendly £38.  She teamed it with a simple white pencil skirt from Topshop and the most interesting shoes - heels with large pom poms on the toe! From Topshop, these past season stamps certainly stole our attention.

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