Holly Willoughby just wore the ultimate sundress on This Morning

We predict another sell-out!

Jessica B

With the whole country enjoying an extended heatwave for weeks on end, fashion fans are getting a rare opportunity to make the most of those sundresses and sandals we usually only get a chance to wear for a week or two! And Holly Willoughby showed us how it's done on Tuesday when she stepped out in a seriously pretty, playful frock that's just ideal for warm days. The presenter shared an image to her Instagram account of her wearing a strappy white sundress covered in a quirky orange poppy print. The dress is from high street favourite Whistles and is on sale for £189.

The frock features fun details such as tie-up straps and a scalloped neckline. It features a flattering nipped-in waist, full skirt and midi length hem, for a feminine fit that suits most body shapes. Holly teamed the style with a pair of strappy tan sandals from Office, and kept her blonde hair loose and wavy and her makeup fresh and natural.

Fans were quick to heap praise on the photograph, which showed Holly caught mid-twirl. One commented: "Such a pretty dress and looks fab on you" while another added: "Lovely summer dress, bet it's comfortable to wear too".

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It's the second stunning dress that the 37-year-old has picked out this week. On Monday she looked pretty in pink, wowing fans with a striking blush-toned frock which is from luxury high street store Reiss. The Anastasia printed dress has been marked down from £175 to £95 and is available in all sizes. The stunning number is perfect for the summer, featuring a drop waist and is adorned with a beautiful painterly print in contrasting black and white.

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If you want to add either of these frocks to your wardrobe, we have to stress that you may have to act fast – everything the blonde bombshell wears sells out in record time, so don't delay.

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