Melanie Sykes nails 70s chic in denim shirt and black trousers as she exits BBC ...

Melanie Sykes nails 70s chic in a denim shirt and flared black trousers as she leaves BBC studios after presenting her Radio 2 show

By Natasha Hooper For Mailonline

Published: 16:20 BST, 19 September 2020 | Updated: 16:21 BST, 19 September 2020

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She has garnered attention in recent years for her incredibly-toned physique and sense of style. 

And Melanie Sykes looked effortlessly chic as she departed the BBC Radio 2 studios in London on Saturday after presenting her radio show with Alan Carr.  

The radio presenter, 50, caught the eye in a 70s inspired outfit as she strutted towards her taxi and headed home.

Flawless: Melanie Sykes caught the eye as she departed the BBC Radio 2 studios in London on Saturday after presenting her radio show with Alan Carr

Flawless: Melanie Sykes caught the eye as she departed the BBC Radio 2 studios in London on Saturday after presenting her radio show with Alan Carr

She tucked her denim shirt into her black straight-leg trousers which cut the perfect silhouette for her slender frame. 

Mel added a retro touch with her blue-tinted aviator shades and accessorised the look with a black satchel bag and suede ankle boots. 

The mother-of-two parted her chocolate tresses down the centre and opted for a natural makeup look. 

Chic: The radio presenter, 50, looked elegant yet cool in her 70s inspired outfit as she strutted towards her taxi and headed home

Chic: The radio presenter, 50, looked elegant yet cool in her 70s inspired outfit as she strutted towards her taxi and headed home

Physique: She tucked her denim shirt into her black straight-leg trousers which cut the perfect silhouette for her slender frame

Physique: She tucked her denim shirt into her black straight-leg trousers which cut the perfect silhouette for her slender frame

Her recent appearance comes after Mel hit out at Keith Lemon as she

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