Rachel Stevens flashes a hint of her bra in semi-sheer leopard print top at fashion event after becoming the third celeb eliminated from Dancing On Ice
She’s become a successful fashion influencer in recent years with a wardrobe that many women can only dream of.
And Rachel Stevens, 43, once again exhibited her eye for style on Thursday at a British Fashion charity event at Soho House in London.
The former S Club 7 star oozed sophistication as she flashed a hint of her bra under a semi-sheer leopard print blouse.
Animal print: Rachel Stevens once again exhibited her eye for style on Thursday at a British Fashion charity event in Soho House
Rachel teamed the stylish number with a pair of leather flared trousers and a single breasted lapel full-length black coat.
The style icon matched the look with some knitted ankle boots.
Her blonde hair was worn down in beach waves, while she looked radiant applying a full palette of make-up in a neutral tones.
The popstars outing comes as she as she was the third celebrity eliminated from Dancing On Ice on Sunday earlier this month.
Stylish: The former S Club 7, star looked oozed sophistication as she flashed a hint of her bra under a sheer leopard print top
The TV presenter, and her skating partner Brendyn Hatfield landed in the bottom two alongside Kye Whyte and Tippy Packard with all the judges choosing to save the racer.
After her elimination, Rachel said: ‘I have really loved it, it’s been an amazing experience. I’ve loved dancing with Brendyn so much.’
Rachel’s daughters Amelie, 11, and Minnie, seven, were in the audience to watch their mum, with Rachel saying: ‘So special for them to have been a part of it and to have shared it with them. I’ve had the best time.’
Sent home: It was the end of the road for Rachel as she became the third celebrity eliminated from Dancing On Ice earlier this month
Supportive: Jo O’Meara looked gorgeous as she cheered on her fellow S Club 7 bandmember Rachel
She added that she would miss Brendyn the most before the pair took one final lap around the ice.
The star’s S Club 7 pal Jo O’Meara was in the audience to support her friend.
Rachel recently also told how she is still receiving therapy to cope with her experience of being in the iconic noughties band.
The actress explained that she is ‘very good at putting on a show face and putting a lid on things’.
Honest: Rachel told how she is still receiving therapy to cope with her experience of being in iconic noughties bad, S Club 7
The TV personality was a member of the popular pop band from 1999 to 2003 and hit the top spot in the charts four times with singles including Don’t Stop Movin’.
During a recent interview, she explained how she used to push down how she was feeling, but ‘sucking it up’ ended up taking a toll on her mentally.
She told the news outlet: ‘I’ve spent a lot of time trying to learn to undo that. It’s something I have to work on every day. I still speak to a therapist. That really helps.’
Throwback: During a recent interview, she explained how she used to push down how she was feeling, but ‘sucking it up’ ended up taking a toll on her mentally (pictured in 2003)