Lorraine Kelly looked absolutely divine sporting a gorgeous outfit from the high street while presenting her morning lifestyle show for ITV on Tuesday.
The 59-year-old dazzled the live audience and viewers at home wearing a fetching attire from H&M costing under £65 and it’s still in stock online, if you want to get your hands on it.
Lorraine teamed her affordable lyocell-blend wrapover skirt in the colour cerise with a clean white shirt for contrast; the perfect look for presenting a segment direct from Westfield Shopping Centre in Shepherd’s Bush, London, where she launched a new #ChangeAndCheck campaign for breast cancer awareness.
The beautiful ankle-length piece has a concealed tie fastening and and grosgrain ties to draw attention to the waist. Another glorious plus of this midi skirt is that it has pockets and a slit in the side seams, so it’s not too restrictive.
Lorraine teamed hers with a classic V-neck white shirt – a chic, versatile buy priced at just £14.99 – but the skirt would also worked teamed with knitwear, more tonal pink or even a pop of contrasting colour.
When the star shared a snap of her outfit on Instagram this morning, plenty of fans commented on just how lovely she looked.
‘Fab colour,’ one commented while another said ‘Loved this outfit, you looked great. It fit your #ChangeAndCheck campaign greatly.’
As they note, there’s an important message behind Lorraine’s pretty-in-pink look – the #ChangeAndCheck initiative, which has been launched in collaboration with high street stores such as Monsoon, John Lewis and supermarket Asda to encourage women to check their breasts when they’re in store trying on clothing.
The campaign, which will see stickers displaying signs and symptoms of the conditions added to changing facilities across the country, is the brainchild of Lorraine producer Helen, who was diagnosed with breast cancer a year ago.
‘We check everything, our phones, what the weather is like, do I need an umbrella? But just check yourself,’ Lorraine explained.
‘Helen’s story is a stark reminder we need to be vigilant. So check your boobs. Of course all our boobs are different. What is normal for you might not be normal for me.’