Holly Willoughby looks chic in £165 polka dot dress and black high heels on This Morning

Holly Willoughby looked stunning today as she appeared on This Morning with her co-presenter, Phillip Schofield, 58. She wore a long-sleeved black polka dot dress and black high heel shoes.

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Holly will often inspire fans with her enviable wardrobe while appearing on This Morning.

Today, she appeared on the show wearing a slick black gown made from a satin material.

Posting on Instagram before the show, Holly shared a snap of the dress and said it was from Ghost Fashion.

She wrote: “Morning Wednesday… stay at home and stay with us.. see you at 10am on @thismorning Dress by @ghostfashion”

Although the dress is no longer available on the Ghost website, it was selling for £165.

The dark dress had long puff sleeves and backless cross design.

The look has a splash of colour with pink polka dots across the black design.

Holly showed off her slim figure in the outfit which was pulled in at the waist by a thin band.

The design flowed into a maxi length skirt with a loose pleat throughout.

The popular presenter dressed up the look with a pair of classic closed-toe black high heel shoes.

Holly styled the gown with a small pair of silver stud earrings.

The TV host opted for simple make-up with a coat of mascara and light pink lipstick.

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She wore her signature blonde bob down with a slight curl at the end.

After posting the outfit on Instagram, fans praised Holly on her impressive fashion sense.

One wrote: “Beautiful as ever Holly xxx.”

“Looove that dress! Such a lovely subtle use of colour!” Another added.

Another simply said: “Beautiful dress!”

Yesterday, Holly dressed for Spring in a bright floral tea dress.

The green and yellow outfit had three quarter length sleeves and cut off at the knees.

The dress had a peekaboo neckline and pulled in at the waist.

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