Holly Willoughby's stylist Angie Smith - who is the lady responsible for her awesome wardrobe - often shares never seen before, behind-the-scenes photographs of her most famous client and we love an insight in to her projects. On Tuesday evening, Angie uploaded a photo of the This Morning star getting her hair and makeup applied by Patsy O'neill and she looked to be wearing another fabulous outfit. Her latest ensemble consisted of a pair of strappy black sandals, a funky gingham ra-ra skirt and a bright yellow top which is actually from J.Crew - a brand loved by the Duchess of Sussex. The yellow crew-necked top has a lovely simple cut and is the kind of item that can be worn with pretty much anything. In short, a wardrobe staple! The trendy tee retails at £35 and is currently available online now in all sizes.
Holly's behind-the-scenes look was super glam
Holly and Angie have worked together for quite some time now - she is the only stylist Holly turns to for all of her on-screen outfits and the pair have a great friendship.
Holly's top is £25 from J. Crew
The duo even have an usual way of putting outfits together when their schedules collide - FaceTime! Back in March, the stylist uploaded a mirror selfie of one of Holly’s outfits and captioned the image, "FaceTime fittings #HollyWilloughby," to which Holly replied: "Love our FaceTime fittings!"
The Celebrity Juice panellist regularly champions Angie's skills and credits her for totally transforming her look. She explained to HELLO!: "I've learnt from her. I've learnt that with all of my clothes, I'm like a little sponge, it becomes more natural after you have been doing it for a long time," she said.
The blonde bombshell also admits that Angie encourages her to try different styles that she normally wouldn’t necessarily think of. "I think I would wear the same shape clothes, shop in the same few shops and I think I would have stayed like that for the rest of my life because I'd felt safe in those parameters, whereas she tries new things and I think what she has opened my eyes up to, is that you can wear sort of any trend actually, you've got to find the right shape and style that works for you."