TV host Kerri-Anne Kennerley is making the most of the continued warm weather with a floral ensemble that has a very summery vibe.
The veteran event-goer wore a cheerful yellow ensemble that perfectly fitted her figure, no doubt impressing onlookers with her youthful yet tasteful vibe at the Qatar Airways Canberra Launch gala dinner in Canberra.
Kennerley, 64, wore a floral-print skirt with bright pops of colour and a cinched-in waist, with a sparkling, sequinned top that flattered by covering the shoulders and upper arms. She paired the outfit with gold and silver accessories, with a golden tan and rosy cheeks completing the look.
The Canberra gala dinner was held to celebrate Qatar Airways’ launch of new daily flights to the Australian Capital Territory on February 12. This means Canberra residents will be able to fly to 150 cities around the world from Qatar’s hub at Hamad International Airport.
Kerri-Ann Kennerley at the Qatar Airways Canberra Launch gala dinner. Source: Getty
Kennerley was joined on the red carpet by a host of other Aussie celebrities, including Anna Heinrich and Tim Robards from the first season of The Bachelor, journalist Natasha Belling and singer Jessica Mauboy. The outfit is clearly a favourite of Kennerley’s, who has worn it on three separate occasions – first in July 2016, while attending 16th annual Helpmann Awards in Sydney.
The star also donned the ensemble again in August 2016 to attend the Dream Ball fundraiser for Look Good Feel Better (LGFB), then again to the Dream Ball again in 2017. LGFB is an organisation that helps cancer patients deal with appearance-related side-effects caused by cancer treatment.
It’s not often you see celebs wearing the same outfit twice, but Kennerley proves she’s not afraid to recycle her previous fashion looks.
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