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February 19, 2021

Jeannie Mai Shows Slender Legs in White Belted Coat Dress & Red Boots from Upcoming Collection

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TV show personality and fashion stylist Jeannie Mai flaunted one of her remarkable assets in a picture while showing off her latest fashionable outfit of the day. 

"The Real" co-host Jeannie Mai is an epitome of a classy woman. She recently took her styling game up a notch in a photo where she looked like she can run her own fashion magazine. 

The 42-year-old age-defying TV host took to Instagram to share pictures of herself in a stylish ensemble which is part of her upcoming clothing line collection.

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A HIGHLY-ANTICIPATED COLLECTION

Mai, a fashion disciple, donned a white, long-sleeved belted dress with frilled pockets on the chest. The outfit highlighted the TV host's toned and slender legs. 

She paired her beautiful dress with large red sun-glasses and a pair of red ankle boots. Mai looked classy and chic from all angles. She wrote in her post:

"When Mai clothing line comes out this fall, I'm excited to create things that don't require?."

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Fans were on fire in the comment section in anticipation of Mai's clothing line. A fan noted that Mai's stunning boots perfectly matched her outfit.

Besides looking youthful, more fans praised Mai for wearing an elegant outfit that only she could pull off. Another user commented, "I know it will be LIT!!!"

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A HEALTHY EFFORT

Mai's leggy display came after she shared her effort to gain weight and body strength following her throat surgery in November. She was earlier diagnosed with a life-threatening throat condition.

A self-confessed workaholic, Mai was also upset that she had to stop herself from working hard.

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DEPRESSING CONDITION

After she contracted the severe throat infection, Mai had to immediately drop out from the competition, "Dancing With The Stars," as she had to go through emergency surgery. 

She was advised to rest for several weeks. As she recovered from surgery, Mai, who does meditation at home, admitted she felt depressed over what happened.

A self-confessed workaholic, Mai was also upset that she had to stop herself from working hard. Even if she felt a little under the weather, she would just take medicines.

She said she could have stayed up and done something productive. If not for her condition, Mai wouldn't realize the importance of prioritizing health over her work.

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