Last night on Dancing with the Stars, host Jennifer Zamparelli took a stroll down memory lane wearing a beautiful silver dress that she refashioned from a dress she wore last season.

From 'Switch Up Week' to 'Movie Week', the celebs and their pro-dancers are always given a theme to perform to on Dancing with the Stars and last night proved to be no different, with the contestants being asked to reflect on their most memorable years.

B*Witched singer Sinéad O'Carroll brought viewers back to 1998 as she performed a cha-cha to her hit single C’est la Vie; Mary Kennedy looked back on the time she presented the 40th Eurovision in 1995 during her beautiful waltz; and Fair City actor Ryan Andrews delivered a rumba to Coldplay's Fix You as he reflected on the time he was told that he would never dance due to his scoliosis diagnosis.

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As for host Jennifer Zamparelli? She took the opportunity to re-create a look from last season's wardrobe in a nod to creating a more sustainably-driven look.

With the help of costume designer Louise Lawlor, and under the vision of stylist Fiona Fagan, the host transformed her sparkly mini-dress - which she originally wore in week 10 of 2019 - into a glitzy one-shouldered number.

Jennifer Zamparelli
Jennifer Zamparelli in 2019

Last year, the Solace London dress was picked up by stylist Clementine MacNeice in The Snooty Fox Boutique in Dungannon. The 'Alula Dress' was paired with a pair of silver heels from Zara and some Mignonne Gavigan Elli earrings from Loulerie.

This year, fashion designer and assistant stylist Louise Lawlor re-worked the dress so that it was one-shouldered, using the removed material to create a tie around the waist and layers of ruffles on the sleeve.

Styled by Fiona Fagan, Jennifer accessorised the look with a range of APM Monaco jewellery from Harvey Nichols.

Jennifer Zamparelli
Jennifer Zamparelli in 2020

Not only that, but Jen managed to bring back her beloved fringe for one-night-only thanks to the help of hairstylist Sian Sharkey who provided a clip-in fringe.

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Posting the photo of her revamped look on Instagram, the TV presenter said she "really wanted to rework a dress from last year", and with good reason.

According to Oxfam Ireland,  225,000 tonnes of clothing ends up in a landfill in Ireland every year. Not only is this a waste of water and energy but it simply isn't sustainable.

In fact, the Global Footprint Network reported that as of 2016, it would take roughly 3.14 Earths to support the world's population if everyone had the consumption habits of Ireland. 

So, before you throw away your old clothes, why not donate them to a charity shop, swap it for something new (to you) at a swap shop, or revamp it into something entirely different?

Read more: 6 charity shop-free ways to pass on old clothes

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If you're looking for information or inspiration in Ireland, you need only look to Karen O'Mahony of Rag Order, Tipperary woman Edel Lyons of Rag Revolution, students Victoria Latham Brunton, Sadhbh Whitty and Meg O'Doherty of Glas Fashion or Taz Kelleher and Geraldine Carton of Sustainable Fashion Dublin.

Dancing with the Stars continues on RTÉ One every Sunday at 6:30pm.