Holly Willoughby decided to switch up her look on Tuesday morning, wowing This Morning viewers with the leopard print mini dress of dreams. The 38-year-old's frock came from high street store & Other Stories and was cut in a mini length. We loved the eye-catching print and the subtle puff sleeves - it's a true skater style design. Priced at £75, it's not the cheapest of items but one that would suit all body shapes. The ITV star left her favourite nude high heels at home and instead went for a pair of black ankle boots by royally-loved French fashion label Maje. Fans love the look and took to Instagram to give it a big thumbs up.
We are loving Holly's mini dress
On Monday evening, Holly's makeup artist Patsy O’Neill and her stylist Angie Smith shared a snap of her outfit ahead of the new series of Celebrity Juice. We loved the edgy outfit - a black leather mini skirt and a black and white slogan T-shirt by Christopher Kane. We were so excited by her makeup too; the mother-of-three went for a vampy smoky eye - normally she sports a simple gold wash or dark brown hues. Patsy helpfully listed everything she used on the ITV star. She wrote on Instagram: "Back with @hollywilloughby tonight at @celebjuiceofficial ! Timeless matt smoky eye and nothing underneath with a sprinkle of corner lashes and the best @inikaorganic mascara, using the new @kevynaucoin foundation balm and a timeless pale pink @hourglass girl stylo lipstick."
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We love following Patsy's work - the talented MUA alerted the world to the fact Holly loved The Ordinary's foundation, which you can pick up for just £5.90.The lightweight, medium coverage formula has the properties of a serum, but disperses like a foundation. It's natural coverage, giving the skin a seamless, semi-matte finish.
There are a huge 21 shades to choose from, so it's easy to find the perfect colour match, and the foundation also has an SPF of 15 - meaning your skin is protected from harmful rays. Not bad for less than £6, right?
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