Lorraine Kelly is no stranger to rocking animal print, we've often seen her don everything from leopard print to zebra print but stepping out on Wednesday morning to present her popular ITV show, the 60-year-old stunned fans with a stylish tiger print midi dress and it might be our favourite yet! The best part? The Whistles frock is currently on sale for 15 percent off with all sizes in stock… for now.
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The chic green midi dress comes in a very on-trend black tiger print, with a shirt dress structure and a flattering cinched in wasit. Complete with full-length sleeves, the dress falls just above the ankles making it the perfect dress for the colder weather and in addition with its stylish bottle-green hue, it's easy to see why this dress is such a hit.
Carys Tiger Print Shirt Dress, £92.65, Whistles
The Scottish presenter paired her Whistles dress with her favourite pair of Zara heels with her hair styled into natural waves and volumised with plenty of hairspray. For her make-up look, Lorriane went for a glowy base with a sweep of light pink blush, focusing all the attention to her smokey eye look.
Tiger Print Button Front Skirt, £50.19, Whistles
If, like us, you can't get enough of the green tiger print number, Whistles also sells a high-waisted midi skirt in the same print. The button down skirt falls just about the ankles, comes in an A-line style and is perfect for pairing with a plain tee for an everyday look or a blouse for a smarter occasion.
2 In 1 Tiger Print Dess, £60, Oasis
Oasis has also delivered with the tiger print design by combining the two Whistles items into one! The store is currently selling a midi dress with a long-sleeved black jumper attached to a pleated green tiger print skirt - the perfect secret weapon to looking stylish with very little effort. We're seeing a bright future for tiger print in 2020!
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