Tamron Hall Dons a Plunging Black Dress & Silver Stilettos for Her Talk Show — See Her Look
Tamron Hall looked like a goddess in this flowy metallic black dress with a deep neckline during the March 9 episode of her talk show "Tamron Hall."
Tamron Hall's fashion moments are always special. The 50-year-old has a unique charm that makes her stand out no matter what she wears and how simple it is.
This time, she stole hearts with a head-turning black dress she donned during one of the episodes of "Tamron Hall." The flowy Norma Kamali Grecian number featured a plunging neckline.
The dress hugged her waist and flowed down towards the floor like melting titanium. Hall paired it with silver Jennifer Miller hoops and a striking watch with a blue dial.
The host kept her makeup to the minimum. She wore eyeliner and a shade of eyeshadow that was just dark enough to make her eyes pop and painted her lips with a gorgeous shade of berry red.
As for footwear, Hall rocked a pair of glittery silver stilettos. Fans could not get enough of the look and took to the comments section to gush about it.
Hall's ability to rock any outfit and own the look is no accident.
"Love the fashion to sharp. Go Tamron," one fan wrote. "Show stopper literally 👏I had to pause the show just to get a thorough look at that dress 👀 🔥🔥🔥," another fan gushed.
Many said Hall looked like she was ready to hit the red carpet, but the price of the dress is less than what they would expect — it retails for $260. The look is definitely one for the fashion books.
In 2020, Hall was dubbed "the most fashionable woman on daytime television period" by Vogue. The host graciously credited her stylist Eric Niemand for her iconic fashion moments.
According to Hall, Niemand makes sure the pieces she wears are meaningful. Her dresses are handpicked to relate to her show, where she can discuss anything and everything.
Hall's ability to rock any outfit and own the look is no accident. Along with having a brilliant stylist by her side, she also stays fit and healthy to slip into iconic dresses.