To dye! MasterChef’s Melissa Leong dons a stylish display in a colorful dress and bright orange jacket as she steps into Melbourne
She’s never been afraid to think outside the box when it comes to fashion.
And on Friday, Melissa Leong showed off her unique sense of style when she went to Melbourne with a friend.
The 39-year-old food critic looked fabulous in a colorful tie-dye dress and bright orange jacket as she walked the streets.
Make a statement! MasterChef’s Melissa Leong (pictured) donned a stylish display in a tie-dye dress and bright orange jacket when she hit Melbourne on Friday
She paired the ensemble with a pair of black combat boots, a violinist cap and held a black handbag.
The MasterChef judge curled her dark brown locks and appeared to be wearing a neutral palette of makeup.
She also remained unobtrusive on the outing by wearing dark sunglasses.
Turn heads! The 39-year-old food critic looked fabulous in a colorful dress and bright orange jacket as she walked the streets
Melissa is known as one of the best-styled judges on MasterChef.
She previously discussed her fashion sense in an interview with WHO magazine in November, describing her wardrobe as ‘wearable art’.
“I really like fashion as a form of self-expression, and I appreciate it because it’s a wearable art,” she said.
While the fashion-forward foodie is known for her standout outfits, she said that “ well-made classics ” are always in vogue.
Natural beauty! The MasterChef judge curled her dark brown locks and appeared to be wearing a neutral makeup palette
‘What never goes out of style for me are well-made classics. In that respect, I like to try to spend more on less, ”she explains.
Melissa also revealed her wardrobe essentials to the publication.
‘A great trench coat, jeans that make you feel like you’re worth a million dollars, a chic winter coat, a dress that you always feel comfortable with, but great, cool shoes and of course great accessories that will take any outfit to a to a higher level, ”she said.
Dressed to Impress: Melissa is known as one of the best-styled MasterChef judges. She previously talked about her fashion sense, describing her wardrobe as ‘wearable art’