Holly Willoughby wows in Cefinn corduroy skirt and spotted blouse

Holly Willoughby looked stunning ahead of her appearance on This Morning today (22 Feb).

The presenter took to Instagram to share her latest outfit choice: a corduroy midi skirt and polka dot blouse.

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Holly’s look is truly stunning. Her skirt is from clothing label Cefinn. The label is owned by Samantha Cameron and is popular for its corduroy looks, including beautiful dresses and skirts. Samantha even commented on Holly’s picture: “So exciting to see you in @cefinnstudio! You look fabulous! X”

The skirt that Holly wears is the Sierra cotton-corduroy midi skirt from Cefinn. Navy in colour, it’s a timeless staple that will go with anything in your wardrobe. The subtle circle shape will accentuate your legs while the discreet elasticated waistband is designed with comfort in mind. It would look great paired with a blouse or a jumper and will match boots or pumps perfectly.

The Sierra Skirt is available on Net-a-Porter in sizes 6 – 16. At £190, it’s a piece to invest in and enjoy wearing for years to come.

Net a Porter

Sierra Cotton-Corduroy Midi Skirt



Holly’s blouse is the Mortimer Cream Spot Print Silk Blouse from LK Bennett. Made from premium silk, it’s another investment piece that you’ll wear time and time again for years to come. It features an on-trend polka-dot design, pussy bow neckline and pearl buttons.

This luxury blouse is available in sizes 4-20 and costs £229.

LK Bennett

Mortimer Cream Spot Print Silk Blouse

LK Bennett


Holly’s look comprises of investment pieces. So, we’ve rounded up some alternative blouses and skirts below, so that you can achieve her style for less:

Such a classic look.

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