Holly Willoughby looked perfect in pink to present Thursday’s edition of ITV’s This Morning. The blonde presenter wore a £25.99 pink jumper from Spanish retailer Mango. She paired the fine knit sweater with a pink leopard print pleated skirt from Label Mix. Holly completed the look with her signature Gianvito Rossi £510 heels.
Holly took to Instagram before the award winning show began to showcase her outfit to her 5.4 million followers.
Many of her followers commented expressing their love of the skirt and demanded to know when it would be out.
Label Mix, the brand behind the wild skirt, have posted on their own Instagram announcing the skirt will be available in a few weeks.
Eagle eyed viewers will recognise the skirt from fellow ITV presenter Christine Lampard, who wore it last week to present ITV’s Lorraine.
Lampard, who shares a stylist with Holly, wore the leopard number with the matching shirt.
Holly looked sensational in the animal pleated skirt, however she is not often one to favour such a bold print.
When the mum-of-three wears printed skirts or dresses she usually opts for a floral, check or polka dot print.
Whilst the skirt is currently not available, it is likely to be an affordable option, as Label Mix’s pieces are usually priced between £50 to £150.
Paired with her £25.99 jumper, today’s outfit is an affordable look for Holly, who often opts for pricer items.
Earlier this week the mum-of-three wore a £229 leather skirt from Spanish High street favourite Massimo Dutti.
On yesterday’s edition of ITV’s This Morning Holly wowed viewers in a check print dress.
The pretty cream and orange plaid dress is available from high street favourite & Other Stories for £85.
Holly is clearly a fan of the high street label, often wearing their dresses and skirts for presenting This Morning.
She paired the puff sleeve dress with her classic Gianvito Rossi £510 nude courts.
Holly will be back next week to present the award winning day time show.
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