Holly Willoughby looked incredible on Thursday's This Morning, rocking a seriously swanky pleated skirt from luxury high street store Reiss. Known as the 'Aya', the fresh and funky design was embossed with a painterly floral print in peach-and-cream hues. Priced at £155, it's not the cheapest of items but like any separate, it can be worn in many different ways. And we think it would be a fab look for Ascot - which starts next week! Holly, 38, chose to team the chic midi length number with a simple cream top from one of her favourite knitwear brands, Pure London. Holly's fashion essential - obligatory nude high heels - were also present, giving her look a super classic edge. As always, Holly's look was put together by the one and only Angie Smith - the only stylist she works with.
Holly stuns in the skirt of dreams
Wednesday proved a super busy day for the mother-of-three. Not only did she have work in the morning as always, but she later had a delightful lunch at MNKY HSE with Phil, and wore a very chic top in the process. Holly's voluminous blouse had a retro, pussy-bow neckline and a galactic print, but sadly it can't be purchased because it's a past-season buy. Sad times!
Holly last wore Reiss back in March, when she stunned viewers in a cool, retro print top from the brand, in camel tones. The top featured a zany print and had a cool royal connection as the Duchess of Sussex wore the dress version two weeks before her.
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The wife of Prince Harry met with leading feminists and national figures to mark International Women's Day on 8 March and looked incredible, wearing the 60s-style shift dress, but in the monochrome version. The fancy number was priced at £185 and she teamed it with a black blazer, bare legs and a pair of black suede court shoes. Great minds clearly think alike...
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