There's one dress style guaranteed to suit most figures: fitted but not overly tight, nipped in at the waist, with a hemline skirting just below the knee to lengthen legs while hiding any lumps and bumps. It's such a simple, flattering silhouette that works for both workwear and evening styles – and the Good Morning Britain women clearly agree, as they all went for the same look while presenting the ITV show earlier today. Susanna Reid opted for a scarlet red number from Linea at House of Fraser, featuring a high neckline and gently flared quarter-length sleeves.
Susanna dazzled in this red dress
She teamed it with an eye-catching pair of patterned yellow heels from high street favourite Zara. She wore her hair sleekly loose and blow dried, and opted for a bold lip and statement brows to stand out against the strong colour of her dress.
Laura went for a similarly-strong colour in a wrap style
Weather girl Laura Tobin went for the same bold shade, but instead opted for a flattering wrap-style dress with a scoop neckline from Dorothy Perkins, teamed with mauve LK Bennett heeled court shoes. And Charlotte Hawkins went for a different colour altogether in a rich purple frock from Karen Millen. Her dress features a scoop neck, gently ruffled cap sleeves and a bow at the waist which showed off her slim frame. She teamed it with black and white heeled court shoes from Dune and wore her hair in loose waves.
Charlotte chose a deep purple version
All three women are styled by the show’s head of wardrobe Debbie Harper, who posts daily pictures on her ‘Debbie Dresses’ Instagram account of the looks she puts together with her clients. She is a fan of colourful, accessible high street outfits. Fellow presenter Kate Garraway – who’s also dressed by Debbie – recently revealed that the stylist likes to experiment with looks on her before trying them on the other presenters. "She does know I'm the bravest, because she'll offer it to the others and they'll be like 'Oh, no' and she'll go 'Let's try Kate, she's up for everything,” she explained.