Best-Dressed Reporters on TV

Want a little fashion inspiration? Look no further than some of our favorite TV talkers, proof of the synergy between style and substance

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Alina Cho

This CNN star embraces color, texture and fitted silhouettes and on occasion even rocks a bold, whimsical print.

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Barbara Walters

The long-time interviewer is all about understated elegance. She favors tailored styles and classic colors, like this red column dress, but puts her individual stamp on it with a wide, Native-American inspired belt.

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Julie Chen

The woman who heads the table at CBS’s The Talk has phenomenal legs and isn’t shy about showing them off. This gunmetal-hued dress is so much more interesting (and modern) than an LBD.

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Kelly Ripa

If you’re interested in looking at great style with your morning coffee, look no further than Live With Kelly & Michael. On the air, this former soap star wears lots of uber chic dresses and pencil skirts with feminine blouses, but for red carpet events it’s all about old Hollywood glamour.


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Norah O’Donnell

This co-host of CBS This Morning looks stunning day in and day out in colors that compliment her skin tone and styles that flatter her amazing shape.

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Liz Cho

A popular anchor for ABC’s New York City affiliate, Cho mixes up her style choices to great effect. This monochromatic ensemble looks especially chic on account of the mix of shapes and textures. The oversized clutch? Perfection.

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Soledad O’Brien

The CNN veteran is not only one of the most well-respected reporters on TV but she is proof positive that great style doesn’t have to get in the way of great journalism.

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Tamron Hall

This MSNBC anchor pairs her chic, short haircut with statement making color in the most saturated of hues.

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Chris Jansing

Her eponymous CNN show, Jansing & Company, receives raves for its thoughtful consideration of the political issues of the day, thanks in large part to Jansing’s mix of smarts and savvy.  Turns out she’s a style pro as well who favors sleek sheaths with architectural details.


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