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Tamron Hall WOWS in lace outfit as she celebrates exciting news

Tamron Hall is so stylish she caught the attention of a certain fashion bible.

Brandi Fowler

Why rock a traditional business suit, when you can wear one like this? Never one to sport a humdrum look, Tamron Hall stepped out on her Tamron Hall Show stage this week in a black and white lace Michael Kors collection suit that we want in our closets right now. 

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The 50-year-old daytime TV stunner paired her Michael Kors lace flare pants and matching blazer with a fitted black top, gold hoops, and two thin gold necklaces. 


Tamron Hall in a Michael Kors lace flare pants and matching blazer on her Tamron Hall Show


Michael Kors Brooke Bonded Lace flare pants, $1,614, Saks Fifth Avenue (Use Code DECSPGTSF for up to $400 off)



Michael Kors Brooke Sable One Button Blazer, $1,396, Bergdorf Goodman


Although the suit doesn’t come cheap, it’s still tough to find since both pieces have sold out on quite a few sites. But, the pants are still available and currently on sale at Saks Fifth Avenue for half of the price. The blazer is also still available and on sale at Bergdorf Goodman. 

Tamron’s latest standout look should come as no surprise, since she has been killing the fashion game on daytime TV for quite some time, giving viewers statement-making look after look, whether she’s on red carpets or on camera. 


Tamron Hall wearing Balenciaga skirt and Paco Rabanne top on her Tamron Hall Show

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She recently celebrated some EXCITING news - she caught the attention of Vogue, who dubbed her "the most fashionable woman on daytime television period". In an interview with the mag, Tamron said that she and her stylist Eric Niemand make sure that the pieces she wears on her show are meaningful. 

"The fashion on the show is expressive," Tamron said. "It relates to the freedom of having a show where anything can be discussed. [My audience and I] can laugh together, cry together, and have these rich conversations. We like to say you’d have when you’re two drinks in after brunch, and everybody is talking the way they really would amongst friends."

We’ll be tuning in not only for her convo pick-me-ups but also to see what ensemble she’ll wow us with next.