Holly Willoughby has further cemented her status as fashion’s national treasure by releasing her debut denim collection for Marks and Spencer.
Just in time for spring, the television presenter’s third collaboration with the high street giant is sure to prove seriously covetable courtesy of 16 sure-to-sell-out pieces.
The newly-launched line starts at just £8.50 for a minimal Breton tee, a staple Willoughby is regularly spotted wearing.
On the denim front, holiday essentials such as a £32.50 ruffled shirt and £25 denim skirt feature (which the presenter teamed together for the London launch this morning).
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“I’m a huge fan of wearing different denim pieces together – effortless but with a cooler edge,” she said. “If top-to-toe denim isn’t for you, add a crisp white tee and a simple ankle boot, for a classic look that will see you through season after season.”
While those of us who skim the 38-year-old’s Instagram feed like the morning paper will have our hearts set on the denim shirt dress which bears an affordable £49.50 price tag.
In case we needed reminding of her sartorial know-how, a utility jumpsuit and Western-style shirt also made the cut – that’s two major trends ticked from the SS19 list.
Further playing on her widely-coveted ‘I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!’ wardrobe, a pair of £55 leather cowboy boots are also up for grabs.
But make sure to hurry, as the presenter’s debut edit with Marks and Spencer back in September 2018 flew from the shelves and had to be restocked within a mere matter of days.
The collection is now available to shop online and is stocked in 71 stores across the UK.
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