Rochelle Humes's £59 Dress Is the Easiest Thing to Throw On

Like so many of you, Rochelle Humes has swiftly become my go-to source for easy, elevated outfit inspiration. The presenter is back on our screens this week as host on This Morning, and, only two days into her stint, she's already influencing my shopping habits.

Ahead of her daily television appearances, Humes documents her ensembles through her stylist and This Morning's Fashion Editor Amber Jackson's Instagram page (you can find her at @amberstyledit). And today, she's donning what I consider to be the perfect summer dress.

Sporting a beige linen midi with a beautiful sweetheart neckline and puff sleeves, this is the exact sort of dress I continuously gravitate towards. Incredibly easy to style, you can dress it up or down with the simple switch of a shoe. Personally, I like Humes and Jackson's approach; a pair of minimal tan mules and dainty jewellery. 

"The perfect summer frock in Rochelle’s favourite palette, I opted for a linen mix to keep her cool under the studio lights," reveals Jackson. "We loved the sweetheart neckline perfect for sat down shots, and tie belt at the back highlights her waist."

What I love most about Rochelle's dress is its price. The dress itself comes from Nobody's Child, which, since launching in 2015, has focused its energy on creating responsibly-made clothes at an accessible price point, promising to use conscious fabrics, reduce waste and always be transparent with its processes. At £59, it's a cost-per-wear no-brainer. I'll wear it with flat slider sandals to see out the dog days of summer, then switch to knee-high boots in glossy burgundy or brown suede for autumn.

If you love Rochelle Humes' Nobody's Child dress as much as I do, you'll be pleased to hear it's still in stock and that it also comes in a chic black colourway. I've shopped out both for you below, accompanied by an edit of other Nobody's Child dresses that look way more expensive than their price tags. Enjoy!