Here’s where you can shop Rochelle Humes’ chic striped suit

It’s safe to say that Rochelle Humes looks immaculate no matter what she wears, but the pop star turned TV presenter had fans in even more of a frenzy than usual after stepping out in what can only be described as the suit of the summer last week.

The mum-of-two had fans gushing over how chic she looked in a white stripe suit as she appeared as the guest host on ITV’s This Morning on Friday.

The suit, by high street retailer Dorothy Perkins, featured a tie belt and beige stripes and couldn’t be more perfect for the warmer weather we’ve been enjoying lately. Whether you wear it to work like Rochelle did, to a summer party or barbecue or even on an evening out with friends, versatility is yet another reason we’re simply obsessed with the two-piece number.

Rochelle Humes striped suit
Dorothy Perkins

White Stripe Print Belted Jacket, £38, Dorothy Perkins

Not to mention the that fact it is a bargain, at just £38 for the blazer and £30 for the trousers, which, may we add, have a very flattering fit.

Sharing a picture of her look, Rochelle showed off the suit complete with a pair of white stilettos on her Instagram and was soon bombarded by comments from fans desperate to know where she had picked up the outfit.

‘Gorgeous outfit Rochelle – always styled beautifully,’ one follower wrote, while another said: ‘we LOVE this look Rochelle’

Rochelle Humes striped suit
Dorothy Perkins

White Stripe Print Wide Leg Trousers, £30, Dorothy Perkins

Rochelle, who regularly steps in for Holly Willoughby and Ruth Langsford on the morning show, hosted alongside Strictly Come Dancing‘s Anton Bu Beke, who made his debut as a guest host on This Morning on Friday 31 May.

Last week, Rochelle was a guest on the show herself alongside husband Marvin Humes as the pair promoted their brand new BBC One game show The Hit List – a modern day version of Name That Tune, which was presented by Tom O’Connor back in 1976, followed by Lionel Blair until 1988, before it was revived by musician Jools Holland in 1997 for one year.