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The wardrobe for female news anchors has come a long way since the early days of predictable stiff suits and helmet hair. There is a definite softening in dressing for delivering the news, as blazers have given way to cardigans and other soft sweater offerings. But when the interview is with an important statesman or covering a somber event the suit is still a very important staple.


Martha has found a safe balance between individual style and the image FOX News wants to project. She always looks professional, but has also found her own fashion voice. The suit she wears for interviews with the presidents of countries: a Teenflo suit, with Escada blouse and Stuart Weitzman shoes. For more casual news days: an Escada turtleneck, J. Crew skirt and Stuart Weitzman boots.

Martha is one of those rare women who has a perfect body type (even after three children). She is evenly proportioned. She has long legs, narrow hips, perfect weight and everything looks good on her.


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A long sweater, skinny pants and a wide belt.

Click here to read the full Fall Fashion style report, by FOX Senior Fashion Stylist Gwen Marder

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Martha MacCallum joined FOX News Channel in January 2004. MacCallum hosts "The Live Desk with Martha MacCallum," an afternoon news program is a member of the "FOX News Live" team.