Holly Willoughby shows off her pins in skin coloured tights as she slips into a tartan mini skirt and baby pink knit to present This Morning
She’s known for her fashion sense and stylish outfits which she shares on social media with the hashtag #hwstyle.
And on Monday, Holly Willoughby showed off her pins in skin coloured tights as she slipped into a tartan mini skirt and baby pink knit to present This Morning.
The TV host, 40, uploaded her look to Instagram, revealing to her followers that the ensemble was from Reserved.
Retro chic: On Monday, Holly Willoughby, 40, showed off her pins in skin coloured tights as she slipped into a tartan mini skirt and baby pink knit to present This Morning
Holly looked sublime in the thigh-skimming green skirt, which boasted a hint of pink and tied in perfectly with her elbow-length top.
The presenter boosted her height with a tan hued pair of pointed heels and kept warm with skin-coloured tights.
She captioned her post: ‘Morning Monday… starting the week off with a fab show…we have @gordongram and @landonorris on our sofa today… see you at 10am on @thismorning #hwstyle skirt and knitwear by @reserved.’
Viewers of the show took to Twitter to comment on Holly’s look, with one tweeting: ‘Wow, love the outfit,’ while another added: ‘@hollywills Your outfit today is perfect, Retro 60s chic.’
Gorgeous: Holly looked sublime in the thigh-skimming green skirt, which boasted a hint of pink and tied in perfectly with her elbow-length top
Reaction: Viewers took to Twitter to give their opinion on Holly’s look
One fan gushed: ‘When did @hollywills make the transition from being prone to showing off cleavage to becoming a leg girl. And how on earth did she pull it off so smooth and seamlessly?! #ThisMorning.’
However, someone else pointed out: @hollywills regretting wearing that skirt today, can’t move without flashing a lot of leg #ThisMorning.’
It comes after Holly revealed that she found her cameo on the hit ITV series Midsomer Murders ‘so embarrassing.’
The TV presenter was speaking to her co-host Phillip Schofield about her time on the show.
She said: ‘I thought it was just interesting people would turn to a series about murder and death for escapism. People have found it a joyous escape from the horrors of real life.
‘My episode involves a murder mystery country house party weekend. Barnaby and Winter turn up to investigate. Everyone is trapped on this island with a murderer.’
Even though she thought her performance was bad, Holly admitted she received a lot of moral support from friends and family.
‘Everybody I know who has watched all of Midsomer says it’s one of their favourites we’ve ever made,’ she said.
‘I said to them “Thanks for having me, it was one of the best days of my life”,’ and revealed that she said her two lines ‘to anyone who would listen.’
Action: Holly recently revealed that she found her cameo on the hit ITV series Midsomer Murders ‘so embarrassing’