Holly Willoughby is known for her timeless sense of style and never fails to look anything but glamorous when she graces our screens co-presenting This Morning, or gracing the red carpet at star-studded events. And the mastermind behind helping to perfect her fabulous hair and beauty look is none other than renowned fashion and celebrity stylist Angie Smith.
Holly is one of Angie's celebrity clients - and it's safe to say she always looks great
For the last 11 years to date, Angie has carved a sought-after reputation in the world of showbiz, and has styled a forever growing list of stars, including Emilia Fox, Fearne Cotton, Emma Roberts, Daisy Lowe, Miranda Hart, Giovanna Fletcher, Lisa Snowdon and Spice Girls favourites Melanie C and Emma Bunton. Angie even consulted Dannii Minogue back in 2010 while she was on the X-Factor, and a year later for her style book, ‘My Style’.
Emma Bunton styled by Angie Smith
Giovanna Fletcher's fabulous red carpet event at the Glamour Women Of The Year Awards
When it comes to helping Holly looking suitably stylish, Angie has it sussed. Most recently, she helped add a summer-ready touch to the 36-yearold’s This Morning look on Wednesday, which saw her dressed in a vibrant Finery London dress – priced at £59 and featuring frill detailing to the neck and shoulders. She teamed the summer-appropriate number with skinny black French Connection trousers and accessorised with a pair of barely-there black sandals from Office.
Holly looked stunning in her Finery London dress when she attended Royal Ascot
Finery London seems to be a popular brand of choice with both Holly and Angie, who helped style the mother-of-three for her day out at Royal Ascot. Holly was pictured enjoying a day at the races in their £99 'Elfort' midi dress.
Angie has previously revealed that living in the capital has helped inspire her when it comes to styling. Chatting to Stay.com, she said: “I love living in London. For me there’s nowhere else quite like it when it comes to fashion. I’m always looking for new boutiques and up-and-coming designers, both for work and to fill up my own wardrobe. These are my picks of where to shop when you’re in the UK capital, and a couple of ideas on where to unwind once you’ve worn yourself out.”