Holly Willoughby just wore the most divine €24 jumper from Marks and Spencer 1 year ago

Holly Willoughby just wore the most divine €24 jumper from Marks and Spencer


Ah Holly Willoughby - she has to be one of our favourite celebrities of all time.


In fairness to her, like her or not, you can't deny that she always looks completely wonderful.

We know she doesn't follow your typical trends, nor does she try to look like a Kardashian or a runway model.

And that's why we love her.

She always looks put together, and wears outfits that we would genuinely want to wear ourselves.

In fact, we actually have been known to buy bits that Holly has worn.

Almost every day, the presenter posts a snap of herself on Instagram, showing off her outfit of the day.

And every day, we go on, excited to see what she's wearing.


Yeah, we're super fans... don't @ us.

Anyway, a few days ago, Holly rocked a super gorgeous look, and she looked absolutely glorious.

The best bit? Well, the outfit was made up of a high street piece, so we can actually afford to buy them.

Holly wore a gorgeous navy suede skirt from Marks and Spencer, along with a divine blue knitted polo neck jumper, and we just adore it.


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Blue Blue Blue suede skirt... ? Thank you @marksandspencer for my outfit... LOVE #ad

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She also paired the outfit with a pair of black tights and a cross body leather handbag.

Winter goals.

The site description of the jumper reads:


"Fabulously flattering and very versatile, our ribbed polo neck jumper is a must have for any everyday wardrobe collection."

"With a ribbed design and high neckline that locks out the cold, this slim fit top ensures an elegant silhouette whether worn with jeans or a work skirt."

This fab jumper is available in a wide range of sizes, from a 6 to a 24, and is just €24 to buy.



Oh, and did we mention that along with the blue, it also comes in red, burgundy, grey, white, tan, camel, navy, and black.

Happy shopping.