A dream in cream! MasterChef’s most stylish judge Melissa Leong cuts a chic figure in a designer wool coat and $1,260 fur-lined Gucci mules as she steps out in Melbourne
She’s known for being one of the most well-styled judges on MasterChef.
And on Saturday, Melissa Leong looked effortlessly chic as she ran errands in Melbourne.
The 39-year-old food critic cut a stylish figure in a cream ensemble and brown coat as she visited her local shops.
Dressed to impress: MasterChef’s Melissa Leong (pictured) cut a stylish figure in an all-white ensemble and designer coat as she stepped out in Melbourne on Saturday
Melissa wore wide-leg trousers and a matching coloured T-shirt for the outing.
She teamed the ensemble with a pair of $1260 Gucci Black Floral Embroidered Leather and Fur Lined Princetown Mules, a checkered fiddler cap, a grey clutch and gold earrings.
The MasterChef judge styled her brunette locks in curls and wore a neutral palette of makeup for the outing.
Flare for fashion! Melissa wore white wide-leg trousers, matching coloured T-shirt and brown coat for the outing
Melissa’s outing comes days after the new season of MasterChef Australia premiered last week.
During the episode, Melissa seemingly alluded to her personal struggles including her split from her husband Joe Jones, in an emotional speech to the contestants.
‘Last year, our world turned upside down,’ began the food writer.
‘And although it was tough, it forced us all to reassess what is most important in our lives. Last year may have been a time of change but this year is a time of opportunity,’ the TV personality continued.
Accessories: She teamed the ensemble with a pair of black Gucci slides, a checkered fiddler cap, a grey clutch and gold earrings
Addressing the show’s new social distancing regulations, Melissa said, ‘Now usually you’d be here surrounded by your family and friends, but sadly this year that’s not possible.’
‘So I would like to invite you to take a look around at each other because as of today, we welcome you to the MasterChef family.’
Melissa then said, ‘Support each other, celebrate each other’s successes, have each other’s backs when things are not so great. We want to see you grow and thrive and be the best that you can be.’
‘That’s what makes us so proud to be part of this family together,’ she concluded.
MasterChef continues Monday at 7.30pm on Channel 10
Natural beauty: The MasterChef judge styled her brunette locks in curls and wore a neutral palette of makeup for the outing