Holly Willougby looked amazing on This Morning wearing a red mini dress from high street store Oasis. The dress costs just £32.20 in the spring sale and she added black high heels from L.K.Bennett.
Holly Willoughby announced on Thursday she is saying goodbye to This Morning for a while and what’s more, she did it in style! The 38-year old shared a picture on Instagram of her latest outfit – and in it, she is wearing a majorly cute mini dress from Oasis. The ITV favourite wrote: “Final hurrah before we break up for Easter… today #hwstyle on @thismorning dress by @oasisfashion shoes @lkbennettlondon.” HW’s red skater style dress featured a lovely boat print as well as a v-neckline and adorable button detailing.
Holly looked incredible in her red dress
We have the best news too – the fancy frock is in the sale for £32.20, down from £46. There’s only a few sizes left online though – so don’t delay if you want to treat yourself. We love the fact that Holly also added a splash of coordinating scarlet lipstick too. Red hot!
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We’ve noticed that the mother-of-three hasn’t worn trousers for a while – despite the fact she feels they have changed her wardrobe.
The Celebrity Juice star told HELLO! “Oh my god, I didn’t wear a pair of trousers until about two years ago. I didn’t get it, I thought that wearing a dress would be way more flattering … I couldn’t find trousers that looked any good and I thought that having curves and having a big bottom would be something to hide a bit.”
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She added: “And now – and we’ve partly got Kim Kardashian to thank for this – a big bottom is quite nice – we’ve embraced our bottoms – and also I’ve found high-waisted trousers – who knew?!”
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“The best invention ever. So it changed everything, I could wear a shirt to work or a little heel or a trainer and I wasn’t beholden to the dress. So for me, yes, trousers were a new thing.”