Is there anything Holly Willoughby doesn’t look good in? On Thursday's This Morning, the TV star rocked a pair of leather culottes, which she dubbed the "power trouser" – and powerful they were! The high-waisted Lula Forest Leather Trouser from L.K. Bennett cinched in at the waist to enhance her enviably slim frame. The gorgeous deep green design, priced at £425, was teamed with a long-sleeved tan top from J Crew, and nude court shoes from Gianvito Rossi.
Holly Willoughby's leather trousers cost £425 from L.K. Bennett
As ever, Holly's loyal followers were impressed with her choice of outfit. One wrote: "That's a strong style look. You look great Holly," while another said: "She's slaying the [fashion] game so hard!" A third joked: "This look is fab if you fancy sending me these trousers when you're done then that would be great."
Holly told HELLO! Online that her stylist introduced her to trousers
Despite looking fantastic in trousers, Holly recently admitted to HELLO! Online that she never thought she would wear them. "You know I never thought that I was going to wear trousers ever in my life, I thought I was just, you know, a fat bottomed girl who was never going to wear a trouser," the mother-of-three revealed.
It's thanks to her stylist Angie Smith, who she "completely trusts", that high-waisted trousers now take pride of place in her wardrobe. "It was better to wear a dress or a skirt and that was it and then I was introduced to a high-waisted trouser with a bit of elastic in it and it literately changed my life and my wardrobe. I could wear shirts tucked in and I was like wow, and I love it and things like that I would never have done, had I not been pushed in that direction," the star said.
Since returning to work last Monday following the summer break, Holly has been impressing fans once again with her daily outfit posts. The TV star, who has become something of a fashion icon of late, is renowned for her classic and feminine sense of style, and many of the pieces she wears are sold out within hours of her being seen in them – much like the 'Kate effect', it seems that there is now a 'Holly effect', and isn't slowing down anytime soon!