Holly Willoughby is obsessed with these £195 L.K. Bennett shoes… here's where to get the look for less

Well, it looks like Holly Willoughby can relate – she's sported her favourite L.K. Bennett shoes FIVE times already this month.

To be honest, we can see why.

The black courts are super-versatile, with Holly pairing them with pieces including a yellow checked skirt, a floaty midi dress and tailored culottes.

And with a stiletto heel, they add a chic edge to the most simple of outfits.

Holly, 37, often gives the shoes a shout-out in her #OOTD Instagram posts, so we wouldn't be surprised if we saw them on This Morning even more over the coming weeks.

Unfortunately, Holly's shoes are a little on the expensive side.

Although she hasn't confirmed exactly which style they are, they look a lot like L.K. Bennett's Floret courts – which retail at an eye-watering £195.

  • Floret black suede closed courts, £195 from L.K. Bennett – buy now

Happily, there are plenty of affordable dupes on the high street.

ASOS's Paris pointed heels look almost exactly the same, and are a far cheaper option at just £25.

Even better, they come in half sizes.

Over at New Look, you'll find copies for the bargain price of £15.99.

If you're looking to splash out on a mid-range pair, Marks & Spencer's £65 shoes will keep you going through the autumn months.

  • Paris pointed high heels, £25 from ASOS – buy now

  • Black suedette pointed court shoe, £15.99 from New Look – buy now

  • Suede stiletto heel square cut court shoes, £65 from Marks & Spencer – buy now

We think we may have just found this season's go-to shoe trend.

Now we just need to invest in the rest of Holly's wardrobe…

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