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Holly Willoughby looks sophisticated in a £79 Hobbs shirt

16 May 2017
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Holly Willoughby shared a fashion-forward photograph of herself on her Instagram on Tuesday and gave us all a serious case of wardrobe envy in the process. Dressed in the white cold shoulder Emily shirt from Hobbs – priced at £79 - and a duck egg-hued Roland Mouret pencil skirt, the 36-year-old looked a picture of sophistication. She completed her simple yet stylish get-up with a pair of nude-toned court shoes that lengthened her legs.

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She wore her centre-parted blonde hair down in tousled waves and worked her signature pared-back yet polished make-up look. Holly likes to keep things simple when it comes to beauty – often plumping for a flawless base, a subtle smoky eye and a soft pink lip.

When it comes to fashion, many of us would love to take a leaf out of Holly’s book and so it’s great that the TV presenter shares so many easy-to-emulate outfit snaps on her social media accounts and takes the time to note where each piece of her look can be purchased.

The star worked another Roland Mouret look at the BAFTA TV Awards

On the red carpet at the BAFTA TV Awards earlier this week, the TV star turned heads in another Roland Mouret design – an ultra-feminine pale blue number. The strapless gown showcased Holly’s slim physique and featured a train that glided beautifully behind her as she made her way into the star-studded ceremony.

Holly is famed for her playful approach to style. Her wardrobe is packed full of sophisticated, summer-ready pieces that not only look great in the ITV studio but while she's out and about in London as well. She is a big fan of the British high street and often steps out in eye-catching looks from popular brands such as Marks & Spencer and L.K. Bennett.

See the powder-pink ensemble Holly wore earlier this week...

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