It never rains but it pours! Danielle Lineker hits a rare fashion bum note for romantic evening with husband Gary
She's usually the epitome of stylish chic.
But Danielle Lineker hit a rare bum note for an evening with husband Gary at Mayfair's Arts Club last night.
The 32-year-old was sending a somewhat mixed message with her dress, which while rather lightweight and summery for the January air, featured an unusual raincloud pattern.
Unusual choice: Danielle Lineker wore a rather summery lightweight dress for her evening out with husband Gary to Mayfair's Arts Club last night
She teamed the high-necked shift with sky blue heels and a large gold clutch.
Unfortunately Danielle's black bra was visible under her dress from one angle, and plain to see given the stark colour contrast.
The slightly shapeless dress didn't quite
make the most of Danielle's incredible physique- though she did reveal a
flash of her tanned legs.
Mixed message: The summery dress was covered in pouring rainclouds
Small slip: Unfortunately the dress didn't quite cover Danielle's black bra
Gary certainly didn't appear to mind- and tweeted as they left: 'A rare saturday night out with Mrs L. Not a bad compensation for no MOTD!'
The 51-year-old looked dapper in black trousers, a white shirt and grey jacket.
The former footballer recently took to
Twitter to beg for respite from the constant jibes about his ears,
posting 'Earnough is earnough!'
Looking sharp: Gary meanwhile was dapper in a simple grey jacket and white shirt
His wife has no such qualms about her flawless body.
Danielle showed off her stunning figure during the break in an array of seductive swimwear in St Barts earlier this month.
The brunette beauty's toned legs and flat stomach caught the attention of beach-goers as she splashed about in the water.
Little baggy The shape of Danielle's dress didn't quite make the most of her stunning figure
Danielle also revealed a love for literature when she showed off a brand new inking that quotes William Shakespeare.
The tattoo, hidden beneath her arm on her left
ribcage, reads: 'Our doubts are traitors, And make us lose the good we
oft might win.'
The phrase is from the Bard's comedy Measure for Measure.
Precious time: Gary was clearly thrilled to be enjoying his wife's company, and tweeted 'A rare saturday night out with Mrs L. Not a bad compensation for no MOTD!'