Lorraine Kelly just recycled her popular Monsoon dress, which is now discounted to £21 - EpicNews

Fiona Ward

Lorraine Kelly rocked one other stylish high-street outfit on Wednesday’s Lorraine present, however this time determined to store her personal stash! The star selected to recycle her attractive horse-print midi costume, which she first wore to host a December 2019 episode of the programme. Even higher, the as soon as £70 frock is now solely £21 within the model’s sale – although unsurprisingly, it is promoting out rapidly, and there is only some left in inventory on-line. 


Lorraine additionally wore the costume in December 2019

The TV host initially wore the midi costume with a pair of stylish burgundy ankle boots, and posed in entrance of the ITV Christmas tree to exhibit her outfit. On Thursday, she confirmed viewers that key items could be styled in numerous methods by teaming the burgundy costume with a pair of easy nude heels. 

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WATCH: Lorraine’s outfits over time

As common, the presenter teamed her outfit with her signature glowing pores and skin and a swipe of nude lipgloss. Lorraine depends on hair and make-up artist Helen Hand for her magnificence seems to be for the present, whereas her wardrobe is managed by vogue stylist Bronagh Webster – although it is understood that each haven’t been engaged on the present for the previous week. 


Holly Horse Print Shirt Dress, £21, Monsoon


Lorraine has been having fun with sporting enjoyable prints on the present currently, and wowed followers in a swishy animal-print costume on Tuesday. For Wednesday’s present, she caught to a daring block color with her bright blue dress, however wowed followers by sporting a barely shorter hemline than common. “Love that length on you, style really suits too,” one fan commented on Lorraine’s Instagram submit, whereas one other added: “Looking WOW!”

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