Inside Melissa Leong’s $25,000 MasterChef wardrobe: The judge shows off her incredible shoe closet as she continues filming the 2021 season of the cooking show
Melissa Leong is known for being one of the most well-styled judges on MasterChef.
And on Friday, the 39-year-old food critic gave fans a glimpse of her incredible shoe closet while filming the new season of the Channel Ten cooking show.
The judge, who wore $25,000 worth of showstopping outfits on last year’s series, shared a selfie to Instagram in front of an impressive selection of shoes on set.
Inside Melissa Leong’s (pictured) $25,000 MasterChef wardrobe: The judge showed off her incredible shoe closet while filming the 2021 season of the cooking show
Sneakers, strappy heels, stilettos and stylish flats were lined up neatly on shelves behind Melissa.
‘Can you really have too many pairs of shoes?’ she cheekily captioned the picture.
Last year, Melissa wore $25,000 worth of stunning outfits and accessories, expertly mixing high-end and high-street styles.
For the first two weeks of the show, the popular judge wore dresses and designs, all by British label Ted Baker.
‘Can you really have too many shoes?’ The judge shared a selfie to Instagram while posing in front of her fancy footwear including strappy heels, stilettos and stylish flats
For the third week of the show, Melissa wore dresses by popular Australian designer Alice McCall.
She went on to wear frocks from Sydney designer Gary Bigeni for week four and for the fifth week of MasterChef, Melissa was dressed in KITX.
The stylish judge finished off the season in creations by online store Order of Style.
Melissa’s looks frequently brought a vintage flair, often donning red, white and black frocks with retro cuts and polka dot prints.
Designer wardrobe: Last year, Melissa wore $25,000 worth of outfits and accessories, expertly mixing high-end and high street styles
She previously told 10Play that she loved fans were loving her style and understood she was a multi-faceted person.
‘I am flattered that so many people have resonated with my style and that beauty and fashion standards in the media continue to grow in their inclusivity and reflection of the real world,’ Melissa said.
‘To be considered part of the fashion zeitgeist is fun, but it will never steal my focus from my qualifications as a food writer, presenter and communicator.’
Retro: For the third week of the show, Melissa wore ensembles by popular Australian designer Alice McCall