Holly Willoughby went for a ladylike look on Wednesday – showcasing her trim and toned frame in a fitted tweed skirt by Anthropologie in a plethora of colours which is priced at £98 and currently available online in all sizes. The pencil silhouette was cut into a fitted length and featured a bohemian fringed hem which finished just past the knee. The 37-year-old added a blue, close-fitting jumper by high end fashion brand GOAT – which is also loved by the Duchess of Cambridge. The lightweight, slim-fitting jumper has a rounded neck and chic bow detail on the outer cuffs and is priced at £150. Nude high heel shoes were added into the mix; by high-end, celebrity-loved brand Gianvito Rossi, which retail at a jaw-dropping £500. Fellow ITV presenter Christine Lampard also has a pair.
Holly looked beautiful in the top and skirt combo
The gorgeous mother-of-three wore her blonde locks in a lightly curled style which was created by her regular hair stylist Ciler Peksah and her flawless makeup was applied by Patsy O'Neill – the makeup artist who first revealed Holly's love for the Ordinary's Serum foundation which costs just £5.70.
Holly's skirt is £99 by luxury high street store Anthropologie
There's no doubt about it, the 37-year-old presenter is having a love affair with skirts this week! On Monday, the blonde bombshell sported a navy pencil skirt with white statement buttons by Debenhams, which she teamed with a simple white knitted roll-neck by Topshop. On Tuesday, the presenter wore a nautical-led outfit, which consisted of a navy blue and white striped jumper by Marks & Spencer and a denim mini-skirt by Topshop, which she pared with red ankle boots.
Holly's fans are still reeling from her final dress she wore on Sunday evening as she presented Dancing on Ice. The show-stopping, white frock by high end designer Nedret Taciroglu featured a variety of textures – including feathers, sequins and applique embellishments - and looked incredible on the svelte star.