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Gayle King is celebrating nine years as a co-host on “CBS This Morning” with a familiar fashion statement.
For the milestone occasion on Jan. 9, King wore a yellow two-tone dress — a look she has sported to celebrate her work anniversary every year after she made her debut on the show in the dress in 2012.
“It’s been a great NINE years @CBSThisMorning! I wear this dress once a year to celebrate the anniversary… thrilled & proud to be part of my favorite morning team that would be you @AnthonyMasonCBS & @TonyDokoupil. See you Monday morning on tv!” King tweeted on Saturday.
It’s been a great NINE years @CBSThisMorning ! I wear this dress once a year to celebrate the anniversary… thrilled & proud to be part of my favorite morning team that would be you @AnthonyMasonCBS & @tonydokoupil.
See you Monday morning on tv ! pic.twitter.com/bZAkGx59E4
— Gayle King (@GayleKing) January 9, 2021
Alongside the message King shared photos of herself in the dress, which is yellow with a white color blocking detail down the middle, from years past. For her ninth year, King finalized the look with a pair of metallic gold pointed toe pumps.
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When it comes to King’s wardrobe, yellow is a go-to hue for the tv anchor. For the 2020 presidential election, King wore a different yellow dress, which she revealed she did a five-day soup fast to fit into.
“THEEE yellow dress aka Elex nite dress! Made it on the set after 5 day fast — marathon hours means no time to go home and change so said dress became pajamas as I slept for 45 min on couch in green room… tv news so glamorous! Have you ever worn same thing to work two days in a row?” Kind captioned an Instagram post of herself in the dress while on set at the time.
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Click through the gallery to see Gayle King’s shoe style through the years.