Lorraine Kelly’s £25 skirt is the update your autumn wardrobe needs

Lorraine Kelly’s style is the gift that keeps on giving. Every time she appears on our screens, she gives us a serious dose of fashion inspiration, and usually, we don’t have to break the bank to imitate it, either.

On Tuesday, the presenter took to our screens to introduce the ‘Boob Bus’, a vehicle that will tour the country in aid of breast cancer awareness – an extension of last year’s Change and Check campaign. And in honour of the occasion, marking a partnership with Prevent Breast Cancer, she choose a coordinating pink outfit that you’ll want to add to your wardrobe immediately.

The star of the combination was a perfect pleated skirt, which Lorraine teamed with a chic lilac Zara jumper and tonal Kurt Geiger heels.

After she revealed on Instagram that the midi number was from New Look, we knew there’d be a great affordable price tag attached, so we asked the team, and they made our dreams come true.

It turns out that the piece, which boasts a comfortable elasticated waist band, is available for a very purse-friendly £24.99. That’s the good news – the bad, however, is that it’s not currently available on the New Look website, and the store has no plans to restock, so you’ll have to head into our local store if you want to find one of the last ones for yourself.

Or if you’re really out of luck, try the brand’s £22.99 satin version that’s still in stock in burgundy or a lighter pink – the similar silhouette will give you the same flattering shape, and it’ll even save you a couple of pounds too.

Lorraine Kelly pink new look skirtSkirt, £24.99, New Look

One item from Lorraine’s look that you can still order online is her CoppaFeel! Boob Clutch bag, which is available from Avon for just £10. The statement design is part of a collaboration between the two brands to raise funds for the charity, with 50 per cent of proceeds being donated.

Lorraine Kelly
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‘Great job you’re all doing,’ said one fan on social media, while another viewer applauded: ‘Thank you ladies for raising awareness & making it part of everyday life to check/talk about breast cancer.’

We couldn’t agree more – great stuff, Lorraine!