Holly Willoughby has delighted fans throughout the latest series of Dancing on Ice with her show-stopping gowns. The presenter never puts a foot wrong with her outfit choices, and her followers are always quick to leave compliments every time she debuts a new look on Instagram. However, she revealed in a tongue-in-cheek post on Sunday night the unexpected inspiration behind that evening's final look. The mum-of-three was wearing a floor-length embellished white gown with a plunging neckline and ostrich feather detail on the shoulders and hem, which was designed by NEDRET TACIROGLU. Her Celebrity Juice co-presenter Keith Lemon then uploaded a picture of Holly's frock alongside a snap of him wearing an all-white white suit with similar shoulder feathers, which he captioned "Always been @hollywilloughby’s style inspiration."
Keith was first to point out the similarity in their outfits
Taking it in good humour, Holly re-posted the snap and caption, adding a series of laughter emojis. Fans enjoyed the joke, commenting "who wore it better? Definitely you!" and "two peas in a pod!"
To accessorise the stunning dress, Holly added a pair of Prada heels and statement drop earrings by Annoushka. She styled her hair in a relaxed up ‘do with wavy tendrils framing her face, and went for natural eye makeup teamed with a dark lip.
Holly's enviable TV wardrobe is put together with the help of her right-hand-woman, Angie Smith, and Holly is always sure to credit the celebrity stylist every time she posts an outfit snap. Boasting a client list which includes Dannii Minogue, Emma Bunton and Christine Lampard, Angie has helped Holly experiment with new looks that she would have previously avoided, such as high-waisted trousers. Talking to HELLO!, the mother-of-three said: "I've learnt from her," she says of Angie. "I've learnt that with all of my clothes, I'm like a little sponge, it becomes more natural after you have been doing it for a long time."
Angie has previously revealed that living in the capital has helped inspire her when it comes to styling. Chatting to Stay.com, she said: "I love living in London. For me there’s nowhere else quite like it when it comes to fashion. I’m always looking for new boutiques and up-and-coming designers, both for work and to fill up my own wardrobe."