There's nothing we love more than a wardrobe staple, especially when it's accessible on the high street. Stepping out to present her morning ITV show on Tuesday, Lorraine Kelly once again nailed her outfit, showcasing a dreamy cashmere jumper from Marks & Spencer that is perfect for everyday wear. The best part? It's in stock and comes in TEN different colours.
Lorraine chose the grey variation of the M&S jumper which comes with a crew style round neck, full-length sleeves and is 100% pure cashmere. Infamous for their affordable cashmere jumpers, Marks & Spencer also stock the ultra-soft sweater in basic colours such as black and cream, as well more vibrant colours such as pink, lilac and green so you can add a pop of colour to these greyer days.
Pure Cashmere Round Neck Jumper, £79, Marks & Spencer
However, the 60-year-old didn't stop there with her style inspiration, pairing the cashmere number with a dark green faux leather pencil skirt from one of her favourite stores, Sosandar. The high-waisted pencil skirt comes complete with a stylish buckled belt detail and in a trendy forest green hue, however, the skirt is also available in classic black perfect for any occasion.
Dark Green Leather Buckle Detail Pencil Skirt, £139, Sosandar
If you're still in January sales mode - because let's face it when are we ever not?! - Dorothy Perkins also has a green leather-look midi skirt, very similar to Lorraine's, that is currently on sale for just £14.40. The high-waisted midi comes with a front slit and is also available in a stunning red colour too.
Green PU Midi Skirt, £14.40, Dorothy Perkins
Lorraine kept with her cool-toned vibe by pulling the look all together with a pair of dark grey court shoes from Kurt Gieger. When it came to her beauty look, the brunette beauty wore her hair blow-dried into her go-to natural waves and volumised with plenty of hairspray. She opted for glowing skin with a nude lip and grey smokey eye, adding a pop of colour with a brush of light pink blush across her cheeks - gorgeous!
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