Holly Willoughby’s stylist has launched a new spring edit with FatFace

FatFace has once again collaborated with the woman behind Holly Willoughby’s envy-inducing This Morning wardrobe to create a capsule edit of the brand’s new summer collection.

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Laurie Gingham Midi Dress, £55, Fat Face

Yes, Holly’s personal stylist, Angie Smith – aka the woman responsible for the ‘Holly effect’, when high street pieces instantly sell out because the presenter has worn them on TV – has waved her magic wand over the collection to bring together five stylish looks consisting of essential denim, relaxed silhouettes and easy to wear mix-and-match pieces.

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Tasha Denim Jacket, £49.50, FatFace

Chesham Girlfriend Jeans, £49.50, FatFace

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Astra Tencel Jumpsuit, £59.50, FatFace

Heralded ‘The Stylist Edit’, the denim offering includes girlfriend jeans, cropped jeans, a jacket and a dress and these sit alongside a Tencel jumpsuit, a gingham dress and an off-white tee.

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Carey Denim Tencel Shirt Dress, £55.00, FatFace

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Ivy T-Shirt, £22.00, FatFace

Salcombe Denim Crops, £45, FatFace

Angie, who has been working as a stylist for 12 years and whose client list includes the likes of Davina McCall, Christine Lampard, Emma Bunton, Geri Horner and Laura Whitmore, took to Instagram to announce the partnership, which is the latest in a string of partnerships with the store.

A behind-the-scenes video gave us a sneak peek into how the latest edit came together, while another post ingeniously showed us four ways to wear the gingham dress – note, it looks equally great over a white shirt as it does under a blazer and paired with Western-style boots.

She then took the time to rave about the denim jacket, hailing it as ‘quite possibly one of the most flattering denim jackets that I have every tried on.’

She then went on to say that the jacket is ‘really good if you have broad shoulders and / or a bust and it’s a really lovely fitted shape! Especially on the arms and waist. You will get SO much wear out of this wardrobe staple – I like to think of a denim jacket as springs answer to winters leather jacket when dressing down the more formal/dressy pieces in your wardrobe.’

Shopping for clothes might be low down on your to-do list right now, but when we can all finally get back outside, the spring season will be in full swing, and this will make a great wardrobe update to welcome it.