On Saturday's Strictly Come Dancing - the first of the live shows - Claudia Winkleman rocked a super fun mini dress, and what's more, it was an absolute steal. Sporting a £45 velvet frill dress from Topshop, Claudia caused a mass sell-out just minutes after wearing it on the hit BBC show. Currently the dress only has availability in a size 18 - but fingers crossed it will be back in stock soon.
Claudia and Tess love working together
The party-appropriate dress is velvet, V-neck and is covered in a studded detail. The model on the Topshop website has been styled with a pair of ankle boots, but 46-year-old Claudia wore her dress with sky-high black stiletto shoes. The dress breaks a key 'style rule' when it comes to evening wear; the age-old belief of not showing off cleavage AND legs. Well, this dress does both - and it shows off the back! Swit swoo, Claudia.
Claudia's £45 Topshop dress
The mum-of-three was joined by her fellow Strictly co-host Tess Daly as they posed in a lift in the BBC studios. Tess, styled by her go-to stylist James Yardley, looked gorgeous in Roland Mouret, one of the Duchess of Sussex's favourite designers.
Tess and Claudia ready for show time!
Claudia and Tess are both known for their cool style - while Tess opts for a glossy, glam look, Claudia often goes a bit edgier, and favours the high-street and mid-range designers.
In an interview with Claudia back in 2017, she revealed to HELLO! That her style icon was ageing rock stars Steven Tyler and Chrissie Hynde. She said: "I love that ageing rocker look, dressed in black and looking like you slept in your make-up. I am convinced that I still have some eyeliner on from the '90s, and I'm good with that. And I'm good with ageing too. I mean I actually enjoy it, bring it on, it's a good thing to get older, it means you're alive."
She continued: "I don't make much of an effort and have a bit of a uniform; black jeans, black t-shirt, black boots preferably ones that jingle when I walk like a pirate boot, and an oversized coat or jacket. I don't like anything too perfect, or anyone who looks like they have just stepped out of a salon; that's not for me. Add a fringe and you can look messy and ramshackle but with a bit of oomph."