Holly Willoughby, 39, has been sharing selfies of her outfits in recent months as the star continues to present This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield, 58. The mother of three posts a photo of her outfit of the day on her Instagram page to reveal where it’s from – and for Monday’s show she revealed a bright and colourful look. Holly wore a top and skirt combination from two popular high street stores.
Holly posted her usual selfie on Instagram before This Morning started at 10am.
The star wrote: “Morning Monday… how are you? Stay safe with us on @thismorning 10am. Knitwear by @thisiswhistles skirt by @andotherstories.”
Holly has been wearing midi dresses and skirts in recent weeks as the heatwave hit the UK – but as the weather turned cold and wet, the presenter opted for short-sleeved knitwear paired with a bright summer skirt.
The beautiful floaty skirt from And Other Stories featured a white design with a red, blue and yellow floral pattern.
However, the top is also available in a navy shade, which still has multiple sizes in stock.
Holly’s outfit looks set to be popular as over 14,000 people had already liked the photo by the time Holly was on air.
One complimented the look in the comments, saying: “Looking great. Have a great day.”
Others were quick to comment on the presenter’s feet, some saying they’re tiny and others desperate to know where her shoes were from.
Holly styled the two-piece outfit with her staple nude heels from Gianvito Rossi, priced at £535.
The tanned star has been wearing the heels almost every day during the lockdown as she gets ready without her usual stylists and makeup team due to social distancing measures.
Holly has been doing her own makeup for the show, keeping a natural look with bold brows – though she appeared to wear a brighter lip to match her outfit on Monday’s programme.
Her signature bleach-blonde locks were also styled in loose waves, though her hair is looking much longer as the pandemic continues to keep salons closed around the country.
Holly is well known for her approachable yet trendy fashion style, having previously collaborated with Marks and Spencer for her own collection.
The TV host regularly causes items to sell out as her fanbase look to copy her look, including dresses, tops and skirts.
The so-called “Holly effect” refers to how the star influences shoppers as they buy her latest outfits, which in recent months have included outfits from one of Kate Middleton’s favourite brands, Ghost London.
The Duchess of Cambridge created a frenzy recently when she wore a floral dress from the brand as she clapped for carers around the country live on the BBC.