RTE star Maura Derrane’s fans have said that she looked “gorgeous” as she posed in a €104 dress on Today.
The presenter took to her Instagram following yesterday’s episode of the hit RTE show to give her followers details about the outfit she wore on the show.
In the picture she shared Maura was on the Today set and she was reading one of the books that are on the show set.
For the show, Maura wore a gorgeous light blue dress that had leopard prints all over which she got from Closet London that is on sale €104.
She paired this stunning dress with some gorgeous black heels which she revealed was from Carl Scarpa.
Maura captioned this beautiful picture saying: “Checking out the reading material on the shelves in our @rtetoday studio.
“My dress is from @closet_london @trendhousethe shoes @carl_scarpa makeup @lizzydesmond hair @sobe_brown #ootd @rtetoday @rteone #tv #tvshow #tvpresenter #mauraderrane.”
Fans and friends of Maura flooded her Instagram comment section with love for the post as they said she looked “gorgeous”.
Presenter Lorraine Keane commented saying: “Love this.”
One follower wrote: “Stunning dress Maura.”
Paul said: “Beautiful dress Maura classy lady as always, we enjoyed the show today.”
While Lynda also commented saying: “Beautiful outfit Maura. The colour is gorgeous on you.”
This comes after Maura recently gave her “vintage” garden furniture a new lease of life and said the process “sparks joy”.
The host explained that she enjoys upcycling old furniture “with a bit of love”.
Maura shared before snaps of her garden chair which looked a little bit worse for wear.
But after a few new screws and a fresh coat of paint, the outdoor accessories looked brand new.
Taking to Instagram Maura wrote: “We live in such a throwaway society that’s it’s so much easier to dump something rather than mend it, or do it up.
‘BREATHING NEW LIFE’
“The reality is that breathing new life into your old furniture, clothes or anything your have had for ages sparks great joy.
“Well it certainly does for me. With that in my, we decided to extend the life of our practically vintage garden furniture, which was looking a bit worse for wear.
“With a bit of love, a few screws, glue and a couple of coats of paint, it was rejuvenated and will live to see another spring.
“It’s good for the planet and good for us.”