Holly Willougby was the epitome of #outfitgoals once again on Tuesday, as she presented the latest installment of This Morning. The blonde beauty rocked a brand new oyutfit that came entirely from the high street. She sported a gorgeous midi, faux leather skirt from Zara, which cost £49.99. The high waisted design featured a metal appliqué buckle at the waist and gave the 39-year-old a truly lovely shape.There are a few sizes left online, so get in there quick, ladies! She teamed the skirt with a plush, roll neck jumper from H&M which was designed in a lovely tanned colour, and added her favourite fashion buy - her nude high heel shoes.
Holly looked lovely in her Zara skirt and H&M top
Speaking of her beloved nude high heel shoes, her favourite pair of choice - although look like they could be designer - are actually from high street store Office and retail at an affordable £69.
Fine-knit polo-neck jumper, £12.99, H&M
The 'On to Point' court shoes come in a variety of colours and textures - 17 to be exact! But Holly tends to favour the nude version, and features them in her working wardrobe quite often.
Faux leather skirt, £49.99, Zara
This is the second time in two days that the mother-of-three has worn Zara.
Holly also wore a Zara dress on Monday's show
On Monday's show, she donned a navy blue, embroidered stretch dress from Zara, which was designed in a midi style, with short puff sleeves, and a ruffled hem. It cost £59.99 and currently, all sizes are available online. Wahoo! The ITV favourite added black high heel shoes and kept her jewellery and accessories at home.
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And last week, the Dancing on Ice co-host looked hot-to-trot in a pair of sleek black trousers from designer brand 3.1 Phillip Lim, and an incredible black top with a lace collar from the high street store that set her back just £25.99.
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