Holly Willoughby's classic Boden shirt is the ultimate staple

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Holly Willoughby's classic Boden shirt is the ultimate staple

Holly Willoughby is one fo our fashion favourites here at Good Housekeeping and we're constantly coveting her seasonal dresses and winter knits. But what caught our eye on Wednesday (8 September) is her year round, timeless staple buy, from one of our go-to brands, Boden.

The star matched a pretty printed skirt with a classic cut white cotton shirt from the retailer and made for such a chic look.

The star shared a photo of her outfit to Instagram captioned with all her outfit details and her exciting guest for the day on This Morning: "Morning Wednesday… today on @thismorning we welcome the incredible Sir Ian McKellen… and he is our guest host of spin to win! Can’t quite believe it! #hwstyle💁🏼♀️✨ skirt by @zara shirt by @boden_clothing sandals by @russellandbromley 🌸"

A white cotton shirt is an essential for every wardrobe and when making a purchase that will never go out of fashion it makes sense to choose well and spend a little more.

Boden can always be relied on for well-cut quality pieces that stand the test of time, and their classic white cotton shirt is priced at a pretty reasonable £50.

Semi-fitted, it's tailored to flatter the waist, with a longer length allowing it to be worn tucked or untucked. And while many women's shirts come with 3/4 sleeves, this sticks with full length to give you the option to wear down or roll up for that classic casual look.

It's made from soft, durable 100% cotton and is machine washable and also comes in baby pink and blue, and several pretty florals.

Dress down with jeans and sneakers, style glam with heels and a print skirt like Holly, or match with chinos for a smart casual everyday look; a white cotton shirt is the ultimate staple.

The Cotten Shirt in white is available in sizes 6-22, £50.

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