Week 7

10th December 2015

It was yet another successful week by DSI London on producing such wonderful outfits for all the dancers, and deserved congratulations go to all those involved in the production process.

With Anita’s Jive outfit seemingly influenced by the patriotism of the weekend, she was dresses in Ocean blue and Flamenco red. She certainly is the dark horse of the competition; described as “fast and furious” by Craig!

Jeremy’s character costume went down a storm in re creating the Wild West for his Tango; great use of white tactel fringing on his shirt we must say!

What about Peter and Jeanette picking up two 10’s for their Charleston!

Their costumes worked perfectly together, being almost identical but still enhancing both the masculinity and femininity respectively.

Well done everyone – especially costume designer Vicky Gill.



As worn by Georgia May Foote

Georgia was on fire dancing her Samba on Saturday!

Her dress was in Tan Lycra which is rather unusual for a Samba – but her dancing was more than colourful that she didn’t need the reds, oranges and pinks you’d usually expect!

This outfit made the routine all about her and her personality on the floor – the skirt enhanced her movement but didn’t distract in any way!

Made from Gold Twinkle nylon in layered frills this was a really cleaver design.

The Preciosa stoning also must be commented on as it was done as a feature, a pattern; not to enhance the design as expected, but create a design in itself – very “fashionable”.



As worn by Helen George

Helen’s Rumba outfit is another one you wouldn’t expect.

She was dressed in jet hematite and with that, was in shorts too!

She’s got fabulous legs and these really highlighted that.

The Rumba look was brought to this outfit with a sheer floaty shirt, made from Hematite Georgette it was the perfect feminine touch for this romantic dance.

With a simple Lycra leotard base it was brought to life with various sizes of Aquamarine Preciosa rhinestones.

Such a simple yet effective design, intended to enhance the dancer and the dance.

This was a beautiful and clever combination.