Lorraine Kelly stunned her viewers on Tuesday morning - wearing a white jumpsuit - arguably one of the hardest trends to wear. The bright design was made in a stark white shade and had pretty printed florals in pink, blue and orange emblazoned over it. The lightweight fabric was slinky yet tailored and also featured a hot summer micro-trend - the cold shoulder - which gave viewers a glimpse of her toned arms. The Krissie printed jumpsuit is from luxury high street store Coast, is part of the brands' current collection, retailing at £129. Wide-leg culottes make this number a relaxed item which could be worn to a variety of summer events - be it a BBQ, christening or party. Fans loved the look on the 58-year-old and left lots of positive compliments on the Lorraine show's official Instagram page. One follower wrote: "This look totally suits you Lorraine!" Leaving majorly statement accessories at home, Lorraine choose to simply team the style with fuchsia pink high heels by Topshop.
Lorraine looks incredible in a striking floral jumpsuit
It appears that the Scottish-born star is switching up her wardrobe ready for the warmer months and last week fans went wild for one of her dresses that had a distinctively tropical edge. Lorraine dazzled in an eye-catching, palm-leaf printed dress by Spanish high street store Mango which set her back 59.99.
Lorraine's jumpsuit is £129 by Coast
The contemporary frock which featured laidback khaki, terracotta and creamy shades - had a flirty asymmetric hem which gave her total holiday vibes. The ITV favourite teamed the dress with a pair of nude high heels from Office - the very same £69 shoes which fellow ITV presenter Holly Willoughby often sports on This Morning.
The mother-of-one recently sold her gorgeous Dundee home - which she has lived in for the past seven years - and has reportedly relocated to Buckinghamshire with husband Steve Smith so that she can be closer to London her daily chat show. Speaking of her decision to down size, she explained: "My husband and I have recently moved to a much smaller house as there's only the two of us now," Lorraine's daughter Rosie is 23, and lives in Singapore.