Holly Willoughby responds to criticism again with a £49.50 skirt from Marks and Spencer on This Morning

Posted on Nov 15 2017 - 2:24am by admin
Holly Willoughby wears outfit from Marks and SpencerHolly Willoughby wears outfit from Marks and Spencer [Holly Willoughby/Instagram]

Holly Willoughby has opted for another high street store outfit on This Morning, the decision comes after Holly wore an affordable Topshop number for her Monday show following criticism from fans all her outfits were far too expensive. 

Holly has been facing backlash for her expensive designer label wardrobe, the This Morning presenter has been choosing gowns that are far too expensive for the average person.

Holly wore a dress for her Dancing on Ice comeback that could have cost anything from £11,000, while her dress for the ITV Gala came to nearly £2,000.

But it appears the relatable 36 year old has been switching things up to keep her fans happy and kept her outfit under £100 for This Morning’s Tuesday show.

Holly Willoughby’s skirt is from Marks and Spencer [Marks and Spencer]

The mum of three’s jumper is the Nicola Knits High Neck Jumper from French Connection, costing £50.00, while her flashy skirt is from high-street store, Marks and Spencer.

The Pleated A-Line Midi Skirt, £49.50, has rave reviews on the Marks and Spencer website and is available in four colours.

Sharing her look with her Instagram followers: “Morning! Today’s look on @thismorning skirt by @marksandspencer #peruna top by @frenchconnection_official shoes by @gianvitorossi #hwstyle.”

Commenting on the look, one fan wrote: “Wow loving the outfit you look amazing.”

Holly’s jumper is from French Connection [French Connection]

Another added: “Oh I love your outfit. Bet you feel amazing today.”

Holly finished off the look with a pair of her trusty designer Gianvito Rossi heels.

The television presenter’s heels look like the Gianvito 105 pumps in praline pink and cost £495.00.

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