Holly Willoughby has outdone herself with her style choice at This Morning live [Holly Willoughby/Instagram]
The ITV presenters are smashing This Morning dreams in the NEC as they bring their popular daytime TV show to life.
And of course, such a special occasion for Holly Willoughby meant an even more fabulous style choice, and the mum of three certainly hasn’t disappointed.
Ditching her traditional pencil skirts and blouses we’re so fond of seeing on This Morning, Phillip Schofield’s co-host is wearing a beautiful lace embroidered dress.
The nude frock flows all the way down to the ankles and features a high neck and red and blue flowers cascading down the dress.
Fans of This Morning were incredible impressed with the presenter’s dress choice [Twitter]
Fans of Holly Willoughby compliemented her stylist too for the goregeous frock [Twitter]
And it’s easily become a hit with viewers plus her 2.1million Instagram followers.
Blown away by how beautiful she looks, one added: “Wow!! Incredible dress x.”
Another added: “This dress is just beautiful!! Such stunning delicate detail!”
Agreeing and completely impressed with her dress choice, another added: “Omg that is stunning when you have finished with it could you pass it on to meeeee please.”
Holly Willoughby’s dress is £130 from Hope and Ivy [Hope and Ivy]
In fact, Holly’s get the look on her social media pages racked up a record 6,000 likes and hundreds of comments in just minutes.
So how can you get your hands on Holly’s beautiful dress? The 36 year old turned to small British boutique Hope and Ivy for her This Morning live dress.
Costing a surprising £130, the dress is also available on asos.
Holly completed her live TV look with her favourite beige sandals and again, decided to skip on accessories.
The This Morning presenter has her dad at the event in Birmingham too [Holly Willoughby/Instagram]
Dan Baldwin’s wife also styled her famous blonde hair in her favourite loose waves.
Holly tweeted: “Today’s look on @thismorning tmliveevent … love this dress by hopeivylondon.”