Kate Garraway turns heads in bold high street blazer while appearing on Zoe Ball on Saturday

Presenter Zoe also looked fab in cheery yellow

Jessica B

She's famed for her love of bold, colourful high street fashion, and Kate Garraway certainly didn't disappoint with her outfit choice while appearing on Zoe Ball's new TV show, Zoe Ball on Saturday. The Good Morning Britain presenter was working the ultimate weekend look in a playful pink and aqua green printed blazer from high street favourite Whistles. The bold jacket featured eye-catching neon edging and was nipped in at the waist to show off her trim figure. The 51-year old teamed it with casual dark denim bootcut jeans and a casual white and red 'je t’aime' slogan t-shirt.

The TV stars made a stylish pair

Although it looks like the jacket is no longer on sale, fans can buy a remarkably similar one from Hush at John Lewis for £75. Kate teamed her look with slick blowdried hair and simple, fresh makeup, and spent the morning chatting with Zoe about her all-time greatest TV mishaps.

Zoe, who has just returned to weekend morning television after a few years break, also looked great in a sunny yellow 'Saturday' logo sweatshirt, cropped skinny jeans and white ankle boots. She wore her hair in textured waves and kept her makeup simple.

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It's no surprise that both women went for slogan tees, as they've become one of the most in-demand pieces of the season. Kendall Jenner has been seen teaming Celine heels with a simple 'Techno' T-shirt, and when Victoria Beckham turned heads last year with a 'Fashion Stole my Smile' design. They’re perfect for the current changeable weather as you can wear them alone, layer over a roll-neck, or throw a coat or jacket over the top for an instant 'I got ready in five minutes' kind of vibe. The trick is to try and not take the trend too seriously. Funny slogans work well, and so do girl power messages, and even political statements.

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