Holly Willoughby wowed on ITV's This Morning in high-street style

Holly Willoughby showcases her high-street led look on ITV’s This Morning,

by Laura Sutcliffe /

Holly Willoughby once again scored full marks in the fashion stakes in an incredible outfit from the high-street on Monday's episode of This Morning. Holly uploaded a snapshot of her red-hot look on her Instagram account, and it proved to be a big hit with her fans.

Red Hot! Holly shined in high-street ensemble

Holly chose a striking red and black ensemble, featuring a bright knitted top from Karen Millen, which is priced at £90, and is currently still in stock online in all sizes.

Holly's Karen Millen top and Ego shoes are avaliable online

She teamed the cherry red garment with a pleated black skirt, featuring floral red splashes, which perfectly highlighted her trim figure thanks to its elasticated waist. Unfortunately for Holly's followers, the H&M skirt is already sold out online - but there are a number of similar items still available on the high street. She completed her look with a bargain buy from online shoe website Ego, stepping out in a pair of black strappy heels worth just £29.99!

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Holly, 36, wore her trademark blonde tresses in loose, textured waves, and her make-up was expertly applied by her favourite make-up artist Patsy O’Neill, who has been working with the mum-of-three for a number of years. She was styled by her good friend Angie Smith, who is responsible for most of Holly’s This Morning wardrobe. Holly's legion of Instagram followers and fans were quick to praise the look, with one writing: ‘You’re a trend setter!’ Another added: ‘Love the look!’, while a third agreed, saying: ‘Love the autumnal colours!’

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