How beautiful did Lorraine Kelly look on Monday morning's Good Morning Britain? The presenter always wows fans with her outfits, with plenty taking to social media to ask where her latest look is from. If you're wondering, Lorraine's fuchsia dress is from Mango – and we have no doubt viewers will be rushing to steal her style.
Mango belted shirt dress in hot pink, £59.99, ASOS
The 'belted shirt dress in hot pink' is available to buy from ASOS for £59.99. Made in beautiful drapey fabric, we can see why Lorraine loves it so much!
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We also love this similar version from Warehouse at John Lewis, which costs £36.80 and features summer-appropriate shorter sleeves. Either way, this shade of fuchsia is enough to brighten up any day – no matter the weather.
Warehouse Tiered Midi Shirt Dress, £36.80, John Lewis
Lorraine is continuing to work with her stylist Bronagh Webster during the coronavirus lockdown, though the pair are currently working separately. No doubt the star is missing her loyal glam squad - which also includes her hair and makeup artist Helen Hand, who has previously told HELLO! how close the group are.
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"We work together with the overall finished look for Lorraine, which is a massive help being a team," she said. "That way I can see and prepare what way I'm going to do hair and makeup."
And speaking of Lorraine's gorgeous glow, she revealed that it's mostly down to her positive attitude and outlook on life. "Lorraine is fit and healthy, a natural beauty," she said. "Doing things like Zumba, finding exercise that you enjoy, changing your shape gives you that natural confidence to be able to try more looks and feel comfortable in your own skin.
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"I would say Lorraine is more open to experimenting now. Having Bronagh styling her so well has made such a difference, and just being happy!" How lovely is that?
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