How gorgeous does Claudia Winkleman look for Saturday night's Strictly Come Dancing? The presenter wowed once again in Ashish sparkles - a dress that can be found online in the sale with 70% off. Winning!
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Dressed as always by her loyal stylist Sinead McKeefry, we bet the show's viewers were in love with her look!
Claudia Winkleman looking stunning in her Ashish sparkly dress
Claudia has knocked it out of the park with her outfits on the new socially-distanced series, looking incredible in a sequinned Topshop trouser suit for the launch show and a strapless Marchesa number to watch the couples take to the floor for the first time.
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Sinead has spoken to HELLO! in the past about the star's go-to glittery outfits.
Discussing their working relationship, Sinead said: "Claudia and I shop together but that usually ends in ten minutes of trying on and then a three-hour coffee and a gossip.
She wore a Topshop suit for the launch show
"I start prep for Claudia's outfits in August and we do a few big fittings throughout the run and then usually see how we feel on the day."
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What's more, the Strictly host gave fans a further glimpse into her approach to fashion by sharing an excerpt from her book, Quite, earlier in October.
Looking beautiful in a Marchesa dress
It read: "So I would like to make a case for the underrated and the imperfect. You can buy that very glamorous kaftan and you can spend three days planning the most impeccable dinner party, but you probably won't feel like Beyoncé on a yacht and the award-winning cheeseboard is not why the evening was fun.
"Can I recommend instead that you put on a good pair of jeans, smear (and I really do mean smear) some eyeliner in the vicinity of your eyelids and just go about your day.
"If the kids have done their homework, if the person you're with is kind and knows how to laugh at themselves, if you've remembered to call your best friend back then that is really quite good. Everything else is just sprinkles."
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