Wednesday, she wears pink! Fans go wild over Allison Langdon’s pastel pantsuit on the Today show – here’s how you can steal her style










She is arguably the best dressed woman on Australian television.

And Allison Langdon certainly lived up to her reputation on Wednesday when she hosted Nine’s Today in a $ 1,500 pantsuit.

The mother-of-two, 46, looked incredibly chic in a pink wool-blend blazer and matching pants from the luxury label Theory.

Wednesday, she wears pink! Allison Langdon went wild with fans on Wednesday as she hosted Nine’s Today in a $ 1,500 pink pantsuit. Pictured with co-host Karl Stefanovic

Sitting alongside her co-presenter Karl Stefanovic, the blonde matched her suit with a light pink business shirt.

Allison’s blazer had black buttons, pointed lapels and a flattering, pinched waist, while her cropped pants featured belt loops, slash pockets and a tapered fit.

Letting her outfit do the talking, the presenter slicked her hair down into a sleek bun and opted for understated makeup.

Think Rose!  The mother-of-two, 46, looked incredibly chic in a pink wool-blend blazer and matching pants from luxury label Theory

Think Rose! The mother-of-two, 46, looked incredibly chic in a pink wool-blend blazer and matching pants from luxury label Theory

Allison is no stranger to making a fashion statement on the Today show.

Last month, she made headlines for wearing a neon yellow cropped top and matching maxi skirt.

Allison looked gorgeous in the designer two-piece, which featured a flashing top with floor-length long sleeves.

Powerful in pink!  Letting her outfit do the talking, the presenter slicked her hair down into a sleek bun and opted for understated makeup.

Powerful in pink! Letting her outfit do the talking, the presenter slicked her hair down into a sleek bun and opted for understated makeup.

She also added a casual touch to her look by donning a pair of black Ugg boots.

Allison’s ensemble was so brilliant that Karl likened the outfit to high-visibility work clothes, affectionately calling Allison a “traditional queen.”

“Wow, this is a dangerous area,” Karl joked, causing Allison to have a nervous breakdown.

Not so soft in yellow!  Last month, she wore a neon yellow cropped top and a matching maxi skirt

Not so soft in yellow! Last month, she wore a neon yellow cropped top and a matching maxi skirt

“Tradie queen”: Allison’s ensemble was so shiny Karl compared it to high visibility work clothes

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