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In an interview with the Daily Telegraph, however, Nat has revealed the bright outfits she wears on TV are very different to her normal style.
"My ‘real life’ involves a lot of black, navy and brown, but my 'Sunrise life' is all about colour, so I get to be a different version of me," she told the publication.
"It’s definitely a fun part of my job, and I particularly love wearing Australian brands."
Nat mentioned some of her favourites include Scanlan Theodore, Camilla and Marc, Zimmerman, Acler and Country Road among others.
"I’m so much more open-minded working with a stylist who says 'Just try it on!’" she added.
However, there are a few things she has realised she needs to avoid on-screen.
"Whenever I wear florals people say I look like my grandmother’s couch," she said. "If I wear a sheer top people say I look like I’ve just come from a night out. We do try to stick to plain colours, but avoid shiny, bulky, thin stripes and checks."
Fans haven't been able to get enough of the presenter's chic style, take a look at some of her most popular looks:
This fiery combo looked amazing on the Sunrise host, who joked, "Working my way through the colour chart." She's wearing the Surrender Top in saffron from Aje ($157) and a red skirt from Awake Mode ($425).
"The first time I've worn a cardigan on national TV," Nat quipped of this gorgeous green Scanlan and Theodore cropped cashmere cardigan ($500). She's teamed it with a necklace that has a pop of green in too to really tie the outfit together.
This all-black outfit is made fun thanks to the Ginger and Smart belt (available now in black and brown for $150). Top is the Xeros Blouse from Camilla and Marc ($450) and the pants are Zimmerman ($330).
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