Holly Willoughby took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a summer-ready snap of her rocking a delightfully girly floral dress from British high street retailer Oasis. Flower motif dresses and skirts that have become something of a signature look for the This Morning presenter and this midi number has shot straight to the top of our wish list. Though not yet available on the website, the £60 design will be available to purchase online on Wednesday.
Holly looked ready for the warmer weather in her floral Oasis number
Holly rocked the waist-cinching number with a pair of strappy nude sandals and a gorgeous smile. Beauty-wise, the 36-year-old chose a radiant look that drew attention to her pretty features. She went for a glowy base, defined brows, plenty of mascara and a subtly glossy lip. Holly’s centre-parted hair was worn in loose, tonged waves. At the Glamour Women of the Year Awards earlier this month she stepped out with a new icy hair colour - a change from her usual warm-toned blonde hue.
The presenter looked delightful at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards
Fashion-wise at the awards she wore a floor-sweeping couture gown by Italian designer Raquel Balencia. The feminine style was cut high at the neck and adorned with painterly roses. Holly teamed it with a pair of powder-pink sandals and in terms of jewellery she chose a huge diamond ring by Lorraine Schwartz.
Known for her playful sense of style, Holly didn’t disappoint on Monday as she took to social media to share another photograph of herself. She looked fabulous in a crisp white blouse which she tucked into an embellished navy skirt. Holly’s outfit showcased her slim figure and was teamed with a pair of leg lengthening black sandals.
We’re always eager to see what Holly is wearing each day and love that the style-savvy This Morning presenter often shares her outfit photos on Instagram, taking the time to detail where each item is from. She tends to go for print-heavy styles in figure-flattering silhouettes and many of her favourite styles are from high street labels.