Channel 10 host Gorgi Coghlan’s fashion fail


By Ali Daher For Daily Mail Australia

01:25 03 Nov 2020, updated 01:46 03 Nov 2020

She has never shied away from experimenting with style over the years.

But on Tuesday, Gorgi Coghlan appeared to suffer a fashion faux pas as she fronted Channel 10’s coverage of the Melbourne Cup.

While the 45-year-old presenter was dressed to impress, her rather bizarre pink headwear raised a few eyebrows.

That’s different! The Project’s Gorgi Coghlan (pictured) raised eyebrows with her questionable choice of headwear as she fronted Channel 10’s Melbourne Cup coverage on Tuesday

Sharing a photo of her race-day look to Instagram, the TV star wore a questionable baker boy beret.

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Gorgi appeared confident with her look and couldn’t wipe the smile off her face as she posed for a series of photos, which she shared to her Instagram Stories.

She wore a Jason Grech plunging black dress with puffed sleeves.

Questionable: While the 45-year-old presenter was dressed to impress, her light pink baker boy beret raised a few eyebrows

The former Masked Singer star completed her look with silver pointy-toed pumps and a maroon clutch bag.

For makeup, Gorgi drew attention to her eyes with a pop of pink eyeshadow, while keeping her blush and lipstick understated. 

Gorgi’s social media followers didn’t seem too bothered by her fashion misstep, praising the Project panellist for her bold choice. 

That’s more like it! Gorgi’s social media followers didn’t seem too bothered by her fashion misstep, praising the Project panellist for her bold choice. Gorgi is pictured on Monday

‘Love your outfit today. Especially, knowing that you have such a love for horses,’ one fan commented.

Another added: ‘Looking a bit French… Ooo la la.’

The global pandemic has meant that celebrity guests and organisers have had to get creative, with some dressing up at home and watching the event online.

Race that stops the nation: The global pandemic has meant that celebrity guests and organisers have had to get creative, with some dressing up at home and watching the event online. Pictured: Studio 10’s Melbourne Cup team (L-R) Narelda Jacobs, Sarah Harris, Tristan MacManus and Angela Bishop

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