Lorraine just fast-tracked us to the festive season with this gorgeous Debenhams dress

Reigning ITV queen Lorraine Kelly knows how to rock a frock, even in the very early hours of the morning. And on Monday, she kicked off the week in style with a stunning festive number that we’ve now got our eyes on for Christmas party season.

The 59-year-old Scottish TV presenter stepped out in a gorgeous black ‘Renaissance’ floral velvet dress on the set of her morning chat show, Lorraine, and of course, she looked amazing in it.

Matching the dress with a pair of killer red heels by ALDO, the star shared a full outfit of the day picture via the official Lorraine Twitter account detailing the full outfit details. So luckily, we can all follow suit and get our hands on a dress of our own.

The Studio by Preen dress is priced at £89 and is currently available in all sizes from 6-18 on the Debenhams website. But hurry, we have a feeling it’s going to become a sell-out very soon.

Lorraine Kelly Debenhams dress

Studio by Preen Black ‘Renaissance’ floral velvet dress, £89, Debenhams

A woman with her own sense of style, Lorraine recently spoke to HELLO! about the fashion trends she tends to stay clear of, saying: ‘Anything super short I couldn’t do it! In 2015, I had to get rid of my mini-kilt which was a shame.’

Emphasising the idea of making trends your own, the mother-of-two added: ‘What I love about fashion, is you see things on the catwalk and have a good laugh at them, but little trends do come through which is really good – don’t be scared of that.’

She then went on to reveal who her royal style icon is, telling the publication: ‘Oh I think Megan Markle looks amazing! I think she’s got it right – it’s a very difficult little tightrope to walk, but I think she’s still got her own style. I love what she wore on Suits; the clothes were amazing. I know there’s rules if you’re a royal I guess, but I think she looks absolutely stunning, really beautiful, so elegant and still fashionable; there’s a sense of chic there.’

We couldn’t agree more, Lorraine!