Holly Willoughby's 'cosy' £29 Marks and Spencer autumn jumper in 2 colours looks 'perfect' with jeans and skirts
18.09.2023 - 13:43
Holly Willoughby has fashion fans scrambling to buy a 'cosy' £29 Marks and Spencer jumper that is 'perfect' for wearing with jeans and skirts in the cold autumn months. The This Morning presenter shared a picture of herself wearing the affordable M&S Collection roll-neck jumper with fans, which she paired with a leather-look skirt and tweed blazer from the same brand.
Posting the look on Instagram, the ITV star wrote: "The sun might be out, but waking up early this morning I noticed it was definitely darker outside! The season is changing and that means it’s nearly roll-neck season. Keep an eye out for my top Autumn picks this year."
The chunky £29.50 jumper has a textured finish for an elevated look, and is cut in a regular fit. Its roll neck and ribbed edges will keep you snuggly and warm as the colder days draw in.
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The jumper comes in sizes Extra Small to Extra Large, and two colours - Natural, as seen on Holly, and Cappucino. It's already been showered with glowing reviews, with many of those who have tried it impressed.
One M&S customer said of the Textured Roll Neck Jumper: "Gorgeous jumper. Feels so soft and looks brilliant with m & s brown straight leg cords. Love it!"
Another penned: "Really comfy and nice soft wool in a good colour. Great for wearing with jeans." "Very nice jumper. Super soft, choice of 2 colours and a great fit," said a third.
Somebody else raved: "Very nice style and nice feel. The roll neck is large but I like it like that. Nice pattern and colour."
Holly paired the jumper with Marks and Spencer's £25 Leather Look Seam Detail Mini A-Line Skirt, and the brand's £75 Tweed Relaxed
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