Holly Willoughby stuns in brightly coloured striped skirt

Holly Willoughby took to Instagram on Thursday to share a sophisticated daytime look with her followers. Dressed in a colourful striped Marks & Spencer skirt and a crisp white Banana Republic shirt, the 36-year-old presenter looked superb. She elongated her legs with a pair of heeled suede Gianvito Rossi court shoes and kept accessories to a minimum. 

Holly rocks a striped skirt

Holly earned her stripes in a stylish, spring-ready outfit

The presenter’s blonde hair was styled in her signature loose curls which cascaded elegantly onto her shoulders. Make-up-wise Holly went for a simple yet polished vibe. Taupe-grey shadow was blended into her eyelids and underneath her lash line to accentuate her eyes, and black mascara added volume to her eyelashes. A muted fuchsia colour was swiped across her lips and the whole thing was brought together with a slick of clear gloss.

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Holly often shares photographs of her spring-ready outfits with her followers on the days that she presents This Morning. The mother-of-three’s look often incorporates a fitted shirt, a striking printed midi skirt and a pair of leg-lengthening heels.
Last month the British beauty showcased an oh-so-feminine ensemble that gave a firm nod to spring-ready style. She paired a botanical print Oasis pencil skirt with a long-sleeved Warehouse top in a punchy lemon shade and nude sandals by Office.

Holly loves to pair pencil skirts with fitted shirts and leg-lengthening heels

Holly loves to pair pencil skirts with fitted shirts and leg-lengthening heels

She is known for her playful approach to fashion – the star has fun piecing outfits together and often opts for form-fitting silhouettes, silky shirts in bright colours and unashamedly girly prints guaranteed to turn heads. She is often spotted wearing British high street looks and loves to shop at Marks & Spencer, Topshop and Reiss.

 

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