Myleene Klass exudes elegance in a white maxi dress at Smooth Radio studios

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Myleene Klass exudes elegance in a white maxi dress and a wide-brimmed hat as she arrives in style at Smooth Radio studios

By Roxy Simons For Mailonline

Published: 16:54 BST, 5 September 2020 | Updated: 17:33 BST, 5 September 2020

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She never puts a foot wrong when it comes to her sartorial displays.

And Myleene Klass exuded elegance as she headed to work at Global Radio studios to host her Smooth Radio show in London on Saturday.

The former Hear'Say singer, 42, looked stylish in a white loose-fitting maxi dress that featured an embroidered design for a chic touch. 

Stunning: Myleene Klass exuded elegance in a white maxi dress and a wide-brimmed hat as she arrived in style at Smooth Radio studios in London on Saturday

Stunning: Myleene Klass exuded elegance in a white maxi dress and a wide-brimmed hat as she arrived in style at Smooth Radio studios in London on Saturday

Myleene boosted her height in a pair of wedge sandals, while she accessorised with an array of glittering gold necklaces.

The brunette styled her locks into a sleek, straight style which she covered with a wide-brimmed beige hat, and she used a light palette of make-up.

Completing her look, Myleene kept her personal items in a black pleated shoulder bag that perfectly offset her bright look. 

Chic: Myleene boosted her height in a pair of wedge sandals, while she accessorised with an array of glittering gold necklaces

Chic: Myleene boosted her height in a pair of wedge sandals, while she accessorised with an array of glittering gold necklaces

Looking good: The brunette beauty styled her locks into a sleek, straight style and she used a light palette of make-up for the occasion

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