Holly Willoughby’s stunning vintage-style dress from Ghost is available to buy

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Photo credit: MEGA - Getty Images
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Fans are loving Holly Willoughby’s latest outfit as worn on Thursday’s This Morning show.

The TV presenter appeared wearing a stunning dress with a china blue vintage print that was both flattering and incredibly chic.

Cut on the bias, the midi dress features an empire line, round neckline and voluminous three-quarter length sleeves with cuff and button detailing.

And the loose fit and flare style ensured it clung in all the right places.

The 40-year-old presenter and author added a pair of sophisticated nude heels to complete her look.

The outfit has currently attracted over 300,000 views on her Instagram page, where she regularly posts pictures and videos of her daily outfits.

Her followers agreed that the dress looked marvellous on Willoughby, with many comments simply stating “stunning” and “beautiful”.

One person, echoing the thoughts of many around the country, remarked that while it was indeed “gorgeous” that they didn’t have “anywhere to wear it at the moment”, while another commented that Willoughby would “look good in a bin bag”.

But how can you get your hands on this beautiful piece?

Well, the good news is that the dress is currently available for purchase from Ghost priced at £129.

Made from viscose crepe, the garment comes in sizes XS-XL, with all sizes currently in stock at time of press.

Since she began sharing her daily outfit to her Instagram page, her following has grown to over seven million people, with outfits she features frequently selling out within hours of her wearing them.

So if you want to recreate Holly’s sensational look, don’t hang around for long.

The Dancing on Ice presenter recently opened up about the challenges of balancing family and work life, admitting she will “fight viciously” to protect her work-life balance.

Speaking on the hit podcast “How to Fail” with author Elizabeth Day, she said she was able to balance having three children with her career by having “good rules in place”.

She said: “There are times where if I’m working in the afternoon I make sure that I get home on the dot of five o’clock, so it’s like tea time, bath, bed and I always do that.

“The majority of the time I fight really viciously for that even if it literally means… me walking off the set and I’m sure there are people at the time that go, ‘Oh my god, I can’t believe she’s doing that,” she revealed.

“But I really have to hold onto that, because otherwise there’s too much opportunity for that stuff to slip away and then the person who goes grey inside is you, because you’re the one that hasn’t got that balance right,” she added.

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