Tess Daly sat down for an interview with Lorraine Kelly on Tuesday, and we're in love with the electric blue jumper she wore!
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The Strictly star looked gorgeous in her get-up, and we were convinced that the striking top hailed from a high-end brand, no doubt boasting a hefty price tag.
But Tess was actually wearing Zara's electric blue 'Basic Knit Sweater', which costs just £19.99!
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The famous mum's exact sweater isn't currently available to shop online, but Next's £28 'Rib Detail Jumper' is a near-identical alternative.
Featuring subtle contrast patterning and a chic high neck, it's sure to look killer over a pair of black trousers.
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Tess looked gorgeous in the jumper
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Tess has been dropping jaws with her show-stopping fashion choices lately, but none compare to the incredible outfit she wore on Saturday's Strictly.
Rib Detail Jumper, £28, Next
The mother-of-two stunned viewers as she stepped onto the stage for week six of the competition, wearing a beautiful lilac sequinned dress.
The frock featured a one-shouldered long sleeve with a sophisticated slit in the skirt, and she finished it off by adding glitzy silver shoes.
Tess in the stunning lilac dress
Stylist James Yardley, the mastermind behind Tess' outfits, let her gorgeous gown do all the talking with a look that ensured all eyes were on her.
The 51-year-old often opts for dresses and jumpsuits in bright colours, including her show-stopping red gown for Movie Week, but she has been keeping it simple over the past few weeks of Strictly in black numbers.
Two weeks ago, her strapless Suzanne Neville frock featured a sprinkling of delicate sequins and two daring sheer panels, which James said was a nod to Blackpool.
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