Holly Willoughby has left fans divided after choosing to wear an expensive slogan jumper on This Morning.
The 36 year old posed in slogan knitwear which read love and a mid-length leather skirt with bright red suede heels.
Sharing her look with her 3.3 million followers, Holly wrote: “Today is all about women… 100 years to the day we got the vote.
“Todays look for @thismorning … jumper comes from @chintiandparker #womenforwomen #forwomenwithlove skirt by @insidejigsaw shoes by @zara #hwstyle.”
[Chinti & Parker]
Holly’s jumper sparked fury initially as fans realised they were unable to get their hands on it due to the £350.00 price tag.
One fan wrote: “Shame I don’t have £350 for one jumper!!”
Holly Willoughby’s eye-catching gold ensemble comes courtesy of brands Whistles and Boden [Instagram]
Another added: “Looks lovely but sadly can’t afford £350 on a jumper.”
However, fans quickly realised that 100 per cent of the cost of the sweater will go to charity to celebrate women.
[Chinti & Parker]
In an inspiring new collaboration, designer Chinti & Parker have teamed up with Women for Women international.
Announcing the news, the website wrote: “As a brand founded by women, we’re proud to announce our new collaboration with Women for Women International and one of their ambassadors, model Arizona Muse. Launched in time to celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, the collection features intarsias and prints that celebrate womanhood and the fight for women’s rights. Chinti & Parker will donate 100% of profits to Women for Women International.”
Quickly realising Holly’s decision to give to charity on the day that marks 100 years since women got the right to wrote, many praised her.
One fan wrote: “100 per cent of proceeds go to charity so that’s great.”
Another added: “Isn’t it brilliant it goes to charity.”
Meanwhile, Holly revealed her skirt was from Jigsaw and her shoes from high street store Zara.