Alex Scott rocked a fabulous 60s-inspired black and white check dress as she starred on the front cover of Time Out's latest issue.
Opting for a funky, bold mesh dress, the commentator proved she's a veritable style icon in the making. Featuring mesh panels and built-in underwire cups, her unique dress certainly stood out from the crowd.
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Alex teamed her figure-hugging number with a pair of ultra-racy knee-high white pleather-heeled boots. She finished off her eye-catching look with a black manicure and a pair of sparkly pendant earrings.
The 37-year-old presenter wore her raven tresses loose in a glossy side parting and enhanced her natural beauty with a touch of iridescent eyeshadow and a slick of nude lipstick. Sharing the snap with her fans, Alex captioned the post: "Wanna talk tactics with me", followed by the inquisitive eyeball emoji.
Alex looked effortlessly stylish in her 60s-inspired dress
Her fans penned a host of supportive comments, with one writing: "Absolutely loving that 1960s mod look!" whilst another remarked: "Smashing it as always Miss Scott!!"
Blown away by her beauty, a third fan added: "I mean you just look gorgeous as ever", and a fourth chimed: "You're so naturally beautiful Alex".
Speaking to Time Out about her new biography 'How (Not) To Be Strong', the Euros commentator bravely opened up about her struggles with mental health. In a candid confession, Alex revealed how she previously turned to alcohol as a coping mechanism for the vile trolling she was subjected to.
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"I've lived my whole life putting on an act, and there's a lot of things in it that people will have no idea that I went through", she said.
"I'm at a stage in my life where I just want some freedom, and I've managed to feel like it's a time where I can [be open.]
"I think everyone will be shocked at the stories in the book", Alex concluded.
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