Lorraine Kelly's latest high street dress is an instant sell out – and we can see why

The TV star is perfect in pastel

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Lorraine Kelly just wore the most dream-like pastel yellow dress – which not only is a total bargain at just £49 in the Coast summer sale – but it immediately sold out after she wore it. The 58-year-old has cemented her position as a style icon for the over 50s and her latest dress proves how chic she really is. The Betty Midi dress is soft and structured; it has a pretty Bardot neckline floaty sleeves and a mid-high-to-low skirt that would be perfect for a wedding. The dress is made in a striking lemon yellow which is a great shade for the warmer months. Lorraine added a pair of metallic high heel shoes and kept her makeup and hair simple yet polished.

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Lorraine stunned whilst interviewing Lily Allen

This is the second time in two days that the Scottish star has been working those bargains!  Yesterday, Lorraine wore a bold red dress from one of the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite stores Hobbs.

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Lorraine's dress is £49 from Coast

It featured a wrap shape, eye-catching floral print and a sheer overlay. The frock originally retailed at £179, but had been discounted to £149. Like many of Lorraine’s fashion choices – the dress was cut in a classic, modern shape, meaning it can be worn again and again and the style will never really date.

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When asked who her celebrity style icon was, Lorraine told No1 Magazine: "I like Helen Mirren. I like the way there are no rules, she always looks amazing. I really like women who are completely comfortable in their own skin."

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The star also revealed she is just like the rest of us – in that she just loves finding a bargain. She explained that one of her best purchases was a pair of boots from TK Maxx. "They were reduced from £700 to £200 and I was worried because £200 is still really dear. I decided they were for me, so I took them up to the till and the woman told me they were only £99! I couldn’t believe it!" she laughed.