Holly Willoughby couldn't help but poke fun at the stylish outfit she wore to present This Morning on Tuesday.
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Donning a chic tweed mini dress by Claudie Pierlot, Holly layered her look with a white mock neck top from AllSaints and a pair of showstopping white Kurt Geiger boots, hilariously writing in the caption: "The exits are... come fly with me at 10am on @thismorning We are doing denim today in our fashion item, denim doesn’t have to mean just jeans! Dress by @claudiepierlot roll neck by @allsaints boots by @kurtgeiger."
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Many of the famous mum's social media followers took to the comment section of her fashion-forward post to let her know just how much they loved her get-up.
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We loved Holly's look!
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"Blooming heck! Looking fab-you-lous, gorgeous," one sweetly noted.
"You look amazing lovely outfit beautiful lady," wrote another, with a third adding: "Love your look."
Short Sleeve Dress, £240, Claudie Pierlot
However, not everyone was a fan of the fashionista's air hostess-esque attire.
"Sorry I don't like this outfit Holly not your usual style," one social media user commented beneath Holly's photo.
Personally, we love Holly's layered look, which is perfect for the turn of the season.
Parisian Tweed Dress, £16, ASOS
What's more, Holly's exact dress - Claudie Pierlot's 'Short Sleeve Dress' - is available to buy online now, however, at £240, boasts a rather hefty price tag.
Thankfully, ASOS's 'Parisian Tweed Dress' is only a fraction of the price at £16, making it the perfect option for anyone looking to stock up on heavier materials as we move into autumn.
Plus, thanks to its swooping V-neck and the fact that it's sleeveless, ASOS's frock is perfect for layering up à la Holly!
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