Everyone knows that during the summer months, certain trends are everywhere. Wimbledon whites, lemon tones and of course, nautical stripes. On Thursday, 59-year-old Lorraine Kelly embraced the latter - rocking a very cool red and white striped top, which came complete with gold buttons - from high street store Zara. And what's more, it cost just £19.99. Result! The fancy top is the kind of number that can be worn with jeans, white trousers, or like Lorraine; a pencil skirt. Lorraine's pencil skirt was a past season buy, from Marks and Spencer. The skirt had a fishtail hem and set her back £25 at the time. Don't worry though, House of Fraser stocks a hugely similar design (which is still available online) for just £49. Fishtails are a popular choice of cut as they streamline the shape yet still compliment curves.
Lorraine looked incredible in her nautical getup
Speaking of statement skirts, mother-of-one Lorraine looked terrific on Tuesday, sporting a white midi skirt, also by M&S. This particular piece was a royal dupe - it looked exactly like the Duchess of Sussex's chain print design by Victoria Beckham that she wore at the Commonwealth Day service in March. The skirt was priced at £39.50 - a great saving on Meghan's £1668 designer dress.
This year is proving to be a big one for the Scottish-born star. Not only is she turning 60 (we know, she does not look a day over 45) but the TV veteran will also be releasing a self-help book in October, called Shine. Taking to her Instagram page last week, Lorraine gave fans the first glimpse of the book's cover.
Get the look! £49, House of Fraser
The TV host has drawn on her own experience of getting her "shine back" after struggling with anxiety and menopause.
She said: "Women often ask me how I manage to keep my energy, positivity and enthusiasm up, day in, day out. To be honest, like all of us, I have my off days. I've suffered with anxiety and struggled with the menopause, but I've found ways to get my shine back. I want to share all of those experiences and the lessons I have learned with other women so that we can all make every day a little sunnier."