Holly Willoughby's This Morning outfit today: How to get her blue daisy shirt from Rixo

18 March 2021, 09:41

Holly Willoughby is wearing a shirt from Rixo
Holly Willoughby is wearing a shirt from Rixo. Picture: Instagram/Rixo

Where is Holly Willoughby's This Morning outfit from and how much does her blouse cost?

It's Holly Willoughby's last working day of the week, and she's celebrating with a stunning summer look on This Morning.

As she heads into a long weekend, the 40-year-old is wearing a shirt and skirt combo perfect for the warmer months.

Her blouse features an oversized collar, blouson sleeves and button detail down the front.

The 'driving miss daisy' print is in a light blue colour and the piece also has frills around the cuffs.

From one of Holly's favourite designers Rixo, the floral shirt currently costs £140, with the style also coming in a variety of other patterns.

Holly has paired the look with a nautical-style mini skirt with buttons down the side and functional pockets.

This navy skirt is by Hobbs London and costs £89.

The This Morning star is also wearing a pair of staple black heels, but we think this piece would also look great with a pair tights and chunky boots.

How long has Holly Willoughby been presenting This Morning?

Following her success as a presenter on Dancing On Ice, Holly was brought in to replace Ferne Britton on This Morning in 2009 alongside Phillip Schofield.

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The pair have been working on the show ever since from Monday to Thursday, while Alison Hammond and Dermott O'Leary take over on a Friday.

The presenting duo also take the summer school holidays off, as well as half terms and Christmas. While they're away the Ruth Langsford and Eamonn Holmes usually step in.

Holly Willoughby's shirt is from Rixo
Holly Willoughby's shirt is from Rixo. Picture: Rixo

What are Holly Willoughby’s style tips?

Speaking after her partnership with M&S, Holly revealed the key to staying so effortlessly stylish."

"I've got to be comfortable," she confessed.

"Gone are the days where I'll put something on and be forever tucking it in or pulling it down. I can't bear that – it drives me bananas. There is not enough time in the day to tuck yourself in 50,000 times."

She also warned her fans ‘not to get hung up on sizes’, explaining: “Sometimes you'll find that even though you're a 12, you'll put on a jumper and it will be cut big and boxy, and you might think ‘I love this, but I'm going to wear it in a 10 or an 8 and then I'm going to tuck it in.’

"So, ignore sizes and just try stuff on: wear it how you want to wear it, not how the size dictates.”

Does Holly Willoughby have any fashion deals?

Holly was unveiled as the face of Marks and Spencer's fashion campaign back in September 2018.

As the retailer’s brand ambassador, she originally picked out a selection of “must-haves” from the autumn collection which went on sale on 27 September that year.

The star was back in summer 2019 with her fifth collection with the brand called 'Holly Loves'.

Back in September, she shared photos from her autumn 2020 collection, posing by her vegetable patch, while wearing a floral dress and chunky knit cardigan.

Who is Holly Willoughby’s stylist?

Angie Smith is an English celebrity and red carpet stylist and has been in charge of Holly’s style for over three years.

As well as Holly, she also chooses outfits for the likes of Rochelle Humes, Laura Whitmore and Christine Lampard.

Her website reads: "Angie Smith is a trusted and sought-after fashion and celebrity stylist who is known for her clean and timeless style that regularly sees her clients on ‘best dressed’ lists across many media titles."

Opening up about Holly’s changing style, Angie previously told the Daily Mail: "Holly was open to new ideas.

"The main thing I wanted to do was get her into more colour – so we tried everything on and went from there. I remember her saying, 'I’ve had my kids. I just need to change it up.'"