Now that Strictly Come Dancing is back on our screens we're loving the weekly doses of super-glam party dresses that we're being treated to, thanks to the amaze outfits worn by hosts Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly. And this weekend was no exception, as 46-year-old Claudia rocked an absolutely stunning rainbow sequin dress to present the results show on Sunday. The presenter wore the Anita dress by super-cool label Rixo London, which features horizontal sequin stripes in green, pink, electric blue and gold, and is a loose '80s-inspired fit with a nipped-in waist, three-quarter-length bell-style sleeves and an ankle-length skirt.
Claudia looked fab in the daring frock
Claudia teamed the glam frock with a pair of stiletto court shoes from Office and wore her hair in a casual, tousled up 'do. Her stylist Sinead McKeefry shared a dressing room snap of the outfit on Instagram, where it went down a hit with her followers. One wrote: "Love love love this dress" and another commented: "Absolutely stunning and Claudia can carry that off so well!"
The dress is from last season, but is available for Autumn Winter 2018 in different colourways. Rixo London also has a number of other styles featuring sequin rainbow stripes for all you magpies out there. The label is fast becoming a celebrity favourite – Fearne Cotton has worn the exact same dress, and Laura Jackson has also collaborated with the brand on a capsule collection.
Fearne Cotton has worn a top version of the dress
Last week Claudia caused a mass-sell out after wearing a super fun mini dress from Topshop to host the show. The party-appropriate dress is velvet, V-neck and is covered in a studded detail, and costs just £45. In an interview with Claudia back in 2017, she revealed to HELLO! that her style icons were 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."
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