Holly Willoughby showed off her toned legs for ITV This Morning earlier today. The blonde bombshell looked ready for the week ahead in a cute navy pinafore dress, worn over a cream roll neck. The star finished off the look with some on trend military style boots. Holly as usual posted a behind the scenes picture to her Instagram before the show to her five million followers.
Holly kicked off the working week with a fully high street outfit, costing less than £150.
The TV presenter who is well known for her style choices is popular amongst fans for her accessible style.
For Monday’s show, the trim star showed off her style credentials in an on trend pinafore dress layered over a cosy jumper.
Holly’s boots are currently sale from Carvela and can be bought online for £59.
Holly was straight back to the ITV studios having had a busy weekend on Dancing on Ice.
The This Morning TV presenter is currently working on the Sunday night celebrity skating show alongside Phillip Schofield.
Getting all dolled up for her Sunday night appearance, the curvy star stunned in a floor length red gown.
While Holly normally leaves her blonde locks down for her morning presenting gig, the mother of three swept her hair up into a chic chignon for her Sunday night appearance, before finishing the look with a soft red lip.
Holly thrilled her 5.1 million followers on Instagram with her Dancing on Ice outfit last night.
While the presenter received some negative comments last week for her sheer panelled gown, this week Holly was channelling Jessica Rabbit in a slinky red dress.
The square necked dress by British designer Sassi Holford showed off the stars incredible curves to perfection.
Fans of the star were quick to leave comments on the micro blogging site telling Holly how amazing she looked.
By Monday morning the outfit snap had racked up over 228,000 comments.
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