We have been avid viewers of Strictly Come Dancing for many a series now. Come those early autumnal weeks and right the way through to the December finale, you can find us sitting pretty in front of the television, shouting numbers at the judges, ranting along with the judges and musing over those spangly dresses.
Ever since Lisa Riley was announced on the Strictly line-up, dancing her way through to the final weeks, we’ve spotted her out and about in our favourite Evans’ winter styles between studio practices and choreography sessions. Here’s how you can replicate her off-camera Strictly style with us…
Lisa loves the Grey Square Edge Wrap for early morning promotions. She was spotted at Radio One in this cosy number that combines style and practicality in one easy choice. This grey wrap is one of our seasonal favourites, with a gorgeous black square edge design that looks great dressed up or down. Team with coloured jeggings and a longline top for effortless glam this winter.
For an outfit that is equally as stylish as it is practical, we’ve seen Lisa wearing the Purple Tile Print Border Shift Tunic between dance practices and at the BBC studio. This tunic is a retro-inspired choice, covered in a psychedelic print that we love. To finish your own winter ready look, wear yours with black leggings and long tan wide fit boots.
Finally, for some Strictly festive flair, Lisa was recently seen in our Live Unlimited Gold Lurex Knitted Top, a versatile and extra stylish choice for the party season. Comprising long sleeves with a batwing style fit, this longline metallic top adds glitz and glamour when worn with wide leg trousers or leggings and add ankle boots or metallic finish court shoes for your party outfit. Add an oversized statement clutch and daring red lips to complete your look.
Lisa Riley’s Strictly off-duty look is available online and in-store right now, so to steal her style, head over to shop her looks at Evans. We’ll be waiting in the wings for her next Strictly stylish outing… Until next time, keep dancing!