Marcuzzi, Blasi and Lagerback: 3 styles for 3 tv stars

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Currently engaged in the conduct of their respective television programs – Alessia Marcuzzi a Hyenas, Filippa Lagerback a What’s the weather like e Ilary Blasi a The Island of the Famous -, at three o’clock in each episode blondie tv angels they do not fail to show off their own and well-marked style.

More rock the first, with the flaps bon ton the second, more sexy the hostess of theIsola, to unite the three conductors is the same passion for the one-color total looks, together with the inevitable and dizzying stiletto heels.

The dresses become mini in the Italia Uno studios, midi in Rai, long on Canale 5, while a predilection for tapered pencil skirts all wrap the same way.

A bit like the ones in latex flaunted by Alessia Marcuzzi, often combined with warm sweaters. Nicola Savino’s stage mate certainly does not deny her passion for mini dresses and skirts – in denim or leather – sometimes challenging the alleged superstitious laws by showing off purple looks on TV. Volcanic and whimsical, it is a true concentrate of coolness.

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Whether it’s a sheath dress, a midi dress sculpted by a belt, a suit or a jumpsuit, Filippa Lagerback doesn’t seem to miss a beat. Flawless in his outfits fromallure sophisticated, it spreads elegance, standing out on very high heels, for every look.

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Asymmetries, slits and bare skin are the salient ingredients of Ilary Blasi. From the debut with a mermaid look, passing through skirts and crop tops to long, single-colored and enveloping dresses, she is the undisputed queen of seduction of the Isla (bonita).

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The schedule is well assorted and offers broadcasts for all tastes, the same – at this point – can well be said for the wardrobes that are opened wide at every turning on of every red light of the camera.

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