Charlotte Hawkins’ gorgeous floral dress is on sale and still in stock

ITV and Classic FM presenter Charlotte Hawkins just wore a beautiful crimson floral dress on Good Morning Britain and the best bit is, not only is it on sale, it’s actually still in stock.

A sleeveless knee-length shift dress in a cotton ‘Ottoman’ fabric, the design is bold with large floral pink anemone blooms printed all over it. Yet, instead of it being in-your-face, it manages to stay on the demure side of things with its richer, jewel-like colour palette and its simple silhouette. It really would be the perfect option for a wedding, day out at the races, a barbeque or even a work event.

Designed by Hobbs, the style is called The Moira and it is currently available in sizes 8 to 16. Previously priced at £149, you can now snap it up for £119. Admittedly, it may not be the most affordable dress (even with the marked down price!) but, with its classic design, it really will be an investment worth making that you can wear summer after summer.

Charlotte’s stylist Debbie decided to finish her look by pairing her dress with a pair of satin, pink Karen Millen heels that were pointed at the toe and decorated with a diamante embellished bow over the front.

Followers of Charlotte’s Instagram account were quick to comment on just how beautiful she looked in the outfit. One follower commented, ‘Absolutely gorgeous. One of the most elegant and beautiful UK tv personalities’, while another said, ‘Absolutely stunning, as usual’.

Moira Dress, £119, Hobbs

A firm fan of feminine looks, Charlotte’s style is admittedly always sophisticated and ladylike.

A quick scroll through the presenter’s Instagram and you’ll see her in an array of eye-catching designs from leopard print maxi dresses to polka dot, ruffled wrap dresses, bell-sleeved jumpsuits and ‘50s style printed tea dresses. She’s also been known to rock a few elegant suits and pencil skirts and shirt combos too.



If you want to channel her look, we suggesting adding it to your basket ASAP before everyone else catches on…