Holly Willoughby’s floral maxi dress is giving us serious Spring style inspiration - and it's in the sale

Bethan Rose Jenkins
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Photo credit: Eamonn M. McCormack - Getty Images
Photo credit: Eamonn M. McCormack - Getty Images

From Good Housekeeping

Holly Willoughby shared a glowing snap of herself on Monday morning (29 March) wearing a floral maxi dress in a flurry of bright, cheering colours.

The light, layered skirt and three-quarter sleeves make the dress ideal for spring BBQs and Easter garden gatherings.

Holly added an optimistic caption about the first easing of lockdown rules today, saying she hopes “the sun is shining down on” everyone and wished her 7.1 million followers enjoyed their day ahead.

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This dress featured in her post is by high-end brand Rixo and would usually cost £295, although it is currently available for 15% off (£250.75) at Net-a-Porter.

If you’re looking for similar spring style inspiration without the higher price tag, or just something a little different, we’ve found some other floral options which tick all the same boxes.

This navy maxi dress has the same design footprint as Holly's high-necked, three-quarter sleeve choice, but in a subtler print.

This & Other Stories dress holds all the floaty, floral joy of Holly's original dress, with the addition of a wrap-style V-neck and sleeves cropped below the shoulder.

Boden's option is similarly inspired by florals, although instead features a bateau neckline and full-length sleeves for a little extra coverage.

This bold green number is another M&S pick. It boasts the same puffed sleeves and drop-layered ruffle skirt as Holly's Rixo dress, but with a loose-tied neckline for a more relaxed look.

Holly Willoughby’s outfits on This Morning and Dancing on Ice often sell out at retailers and the presenter shares her clothes on her Instagram page with the hashtag #HWStyle.

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