We predict there will be plenty of This Morning fans heading to Zara on Thursday, since Holly Willoughby wore a bargain knit from the brand on the show.
The presenter rocked the puff sleeved, button-up knit with a chic midi skirt from Jigsaw – but fans were most excited to learn that her pretty blue jumper cost just £25.99!
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Sharing a beautiful shot of her outfit as usual, she wrote: “Morning Thursday… see you on @thismorning at 10am… Skirt by @insidejigsaw, knitwear by @zara.”
Holly wore a bold blue knit from Zara on Thursday
Fans and friends were in love with the look, with ITV co-star Alison Hammond quickly replying: “You look AMAZING! Favourite outfit of the year.”
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Others complimented Holly’s Zara pick, with one writing: “Holly I neeeeed your blouse, you look gorgeous,” and another adding: “Love that top so much. Gorgeous.”
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The star’s choice is the ‘Button-up knit top’ from the high street brand, costing £25.99. It’s already sold out in one size, so hurry!
Button-up knit top, £25.99, Zara
Holly’s flattering A-line skirt is from Jigsaw, though it appears to be unavailable at the moment.
Her high-street outfit comes after she rocked a very different look on Wednesday, wearing a luxurious dress from Goat which had a much higher price tag!
Wearing a luxe Goat dress on Wednesday’s This Morning
The wildflower printed dress cost £650, and while some fans commented that it was out of their budget, plenty more fell in love with the look.
This Morning presenter Holly has always loved to mix luxurious labels with bargain pieces, and also loves to wear Marks & Spencer, & Other Stories and Ghost.
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