Holly Willoughby wears tribal-inspired ‘dream skirt’ from Eponine London for last This Morning appearance

The popular TV presenter is taking a break from the show for the summer holidays

by Hanna Fillingham /

Holly Willoughby looked as fabulous as ever on Friday’s This Morning, stepping out in the studio in a multi-coloured tribal-inspired skirt from bespoke British brand EPONINE London – a favourite with the Duchess of Cambridge. The vibrant piece featured bold patchwork panels in hues of navy, orange, pink and red, and was teamed with a chic denim wash shirt from Marks & Spencer. For footwear, Holly opted for a pair of leg-lengthening nude heels.

Beauty-wise, Holly wore her long, glossy blonde hair down in a loose curls and styled in a centre parting. In terms of make-up, the mother-of-three kept things natural, choosing a glowy base to enhance her complexion and rimming the bottom of her eyelids with a subtle black liner, while layers of mascara elongated her lashes. A pale pink lipstick and perfectly groomed brow completed her awe-inspiring look.


Holly Willoughby looked fabulous in a Eponine London skirt on Friday's This Morning

Shortly before going on air, Holly took to Instagram to share a photo of her outfit of the day with her fans – something she is known to do on the days she presents the popular daytime show. In the caption alongside the image, she made reference to her co-host Phillip Schofield, who has previously starred in Joseph and the Technicoloured Dreamcoat: "@schofe had his dream coat, I've got my dream skirt! Today's look on @this morning ... shirt by @marksandspencer and skirt by @eponinelondon #HWStyle."


The Duchess of Cambridge is also a fan of Eponine

Holly’s skirt is part of Eponine’s SS17 Tribal collection, with the price currently unavailable online. The brand, founded by designer Jet Shenkman, creates designs for women "who seek out individuality and who desire to be both chic and contemporary," and also offer bespoke garments for clients across the world.

Back in March last year, Duchess Kate stepped out in a Jackie O-inspired red and gingham skirt suit to the XLP youth mentoring project in Barbican, London. The striking two-piece was from the designer’s SS16 collection, and retailed at £1,200.

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