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9 Times Holly Willoughby Wore Oasis & Looked Amazing

Holly Willoughby Wearing Oasis Lilac Ditsy Dress

Here at Oasis, we refer to a little something called, The Holly Willoughby Effect. That’s because whenever the ITV This Morning presenter wears Oasis – and kindly shares those dreamy outfits with her fans on Instagram – whatever she’s wearing sells out almost instantly.

Her posts get more love than all of the Love Island contestants put together (and yes, we might be a bit biased, but everything she wears is 100% our type on paper). From floral pencil skirts and statement skater dresses to pretty, print midis, here’s 9 times the Queen of Oasis sent the heart button into overdrive…

Holly Willoughby wearing floral midi dress

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We didn’t think our best-selling floral midi dress from our collection with the Fitzwilliam Museum could get anymore sartorial love, but a quick twirl on Holly’s Instagram was all it took, and instantly it stole everyone’s (Insta) hearts, racking up a whopping 152k likes.

Holly Willoughby wearing Oasis Chambray Top

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Proof that wearing double denim doesn’t have to mean looking like Britney and Justin circa 2007. Holly teamed our gorgeous, prairie-inspired chambray frill top with a classic denim skirt, and the results? It’s a look!

Holly Willoughby Wearing Oasis Lilac Ditsy Dress

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Purveyors of pigment, Pantone, called it when they made Ultra Violet the colour of the year for 2018. But it was Holly who made it official when she wore our spring statement dress in lovely lilac, and shared it on the ‘gram. You guessed it: instant sell-out.

Holly Willoughby Wearing Oasis Floral Halter Bardot

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We couldn’t write a blog post about Holly’s love affair with Oasis and not feature the dress of summer 2017. When she shared our halter neck, bardot floral midi, the post clocked up 97K likes, and sure enough, it sold old out before you could say ‘add to basket’.

Holly Willoughby Wearing Oasis Yellow Floral Pencil Skirt

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What do you do when life gives you lemons? Well, if you’re Beyoncé, you squeeze them into a record-breaking visual album. But if you’re Holly, you team the citrus shade with a seriously stunning floral pencil skirt and wait for the Insta likes to roll in.

Holly Willoughby Wearing Oasis Pink Short Sleeve Knit

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Who says knits are just for winter? Take it from Holly: a short sleeve, fine knit in a dusky pink teamed with a pastel midi skirt is the perfect way to transform your woollens from winter-warmed to spring-fresh.

Holly Willoughby Wearing Oasis Leopard Print Blouse

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Proving she’s one to walk on the wild side (and not just when she’s partying with Phillip Schofield after the National Television Awards) – Holly rocked our leopard print blouse with a sleek, leather pencil skirt and a pair of killer heels. We. Love.

Holly Willoughby Wears Oasis Orange Skater Dress

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Holly took citrus brights straight into autumn when she wore our frilling skater dress with tights and ankle boots. Orange you glad she did? (See what we did there? Sorry.)

Holly Willoughby Wearing Oasis Leather Shift Dress

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Lesson in layering #1: a cream polo neck teamed with a black leather shift dress gets an A+ in the style grades. When Holly shared this look last autumn, she racked up an impressive 96k likes and, once again, the outfit sold out within the hour. *Files under autumn/winter 2018 style inspiration*.

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The Oasis Guide To Bristol by Sarah Lewis


Bristol and I share a whole lot of history. I spent my late teens and twenties studying at the university, and even though I now live further afield in the Cotswolds, I still commute there daily. It’s where I met my husband too!

Even without that connection, it’s easy to see why Bristol was recently voted the best place to live in the UK; it offers all the best bits of a big city but feels far more like a collection of vibrant and diverse small towns and villages; thriving communities rich in culture and steeped in history.

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