Holly Willoughby wears Karen Millen and Warehouse on This Morning

Holly Willoughby's outfit on ITV's This Morning is from the high-street and available now

by Laura Sutcliffe /

Holly Willoughby's daily ritual of uploading her 'outfit of the day' on Instagram ahead of her appearance on ITV’s This Morning has become almost as exciting as the show itself! On Wednesday morning, Holly opted for a monochrome ensemble, which consisted of a black asymmetrical hem button maxi dress by high-street chain Warehouse, matching heeled boots from Russell & Bromley, and a classic turtle-neck knitted jumper from Karen Millen, which is still in stock in all sizes.

Monochrome Magic! Holly combines a black dress with a white turtle-neck

The figure-hugging dress proved to be a great fit on the slim presenter, and the silver buttons jazzed up an otherwise simple cut. Her ivory knitted top, meanwhile, really brought the outfit together. Holly, 36, beamed for the camera as she posed for her daily photo, and she wore her long blonde hair loose and to the side with a coiffed, voluminous finish. Her flawless, English-rose skin was enhanced withnatural make up, which she typically favours, by make-up artist Patsy O’Neill.

This white turtle-neck top is available from Karen Millen

The black dress, like many of Holly's high-street get-ups, can be worn in many different ways; it could be styled with knitwear in a variety of shades to make a statement, or with no top underneath for a glamorous evening look. The turtle neck jumper is a nod to this season’s traditional knitwear favourite. It can be worn with jeans, or teamed with a skirt for a great workwear ensemble. Holly teamed her outfit with heeled boots, which both boost her height and give the outfit a bold edge, but alternatively, trainers could be a contemporary add on!

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