Holly Willoughby looks gorgeous in a floral lace shirt dress

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Holly Willoughby has been showcasing some gorgeous summery dresses this spring, and we're loving the presenter's latest stylish frock which she shared on Instagram today (April 19).

The 41-year-old TV star looked chic in a pale blue floral lace shirt dress from Phase Eight as she returned to host This Morning after an Easter break. She teamed the dress with a pair of Steve Madden heels, and added the caption to her post: "Morning Tuesday…back on @thismorning with @schofe today…See you at 10am. Also joining us on the sofa to talk #freezethefear is the wonderful Lee Mack… #hwstyle dress by @phaseeight shoes by @stevemaddenuk."

Perfect for special occasions, and priced at £225, the Jaynie Lace Shirt Dress features intricate floral lace throughout and is designed in a shirt silhouette. It has sheer short sleeves, button through placket and matching belt to create a flattering silhouette.

Due to its popularity and the power of the Holly Willoughby effect, the dress is now only available in a size 16. However, we've also been coveting Holly's floral dress from Marks and Spencer, which is available to buy in all sizes online now.

The button through midi, priced at £45, has a collar and flattering v-neck for an authentic shirt look, and features a tie at the waist for extra shaping. Holly posted a photo of herself in the dress on Instagram, which she captioned: "If it includes wearing a summer dress, my answer is always yes! I couldn't resist adding this gorgeous dress from @marksandspencer to my spring/summer wardrobe. With a fresh floral print, it’s perfect for the long sunny weekend. Who else is blooming excited about this weather?"

She teamed the frock with a pair of wedge espadrilles, also from M&S, which are priced at £29.50, and are available in sizes 3 - 8.

Looking beautiful, Holly!

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