FANS were all saying the same thing about Naga Munchetty this morning on BBC Breakfast.
The star was on her usual hosting duties for the BBC One morning programme alongside Charlie Stayt.
But fans of the BBC show were all left mesmerised by a unique addition to Naga's attire.
The TV presenter looked her usual smart self as she stunned in a black top that featured a see-through style detailing on the arms.
She matched this with a pair of stylish grey trousers which oozed professionalism as she sat down on the big red sofa.
However it was a rather kooky accessory that had everyone talking.
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Naga donned a pair of retro looking glasses that featured a blue mixed with purple hue.
Fans at home were loving Naga's pop of colour to her classic office-style attire, allowing her to add a little more fun to her look.
One fan declared of her look: "Naga Munchetty looking amazing presenting today's BBC Breakfast."
Another said: "@TVNaga01 Looking even more stunning than usual today @TVNaga01 😍."
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While a third heaped on the praise for her glasses, saying: "Amazing glasses this morning."
During the programme, Naga and her co-star Charlie interviewed Eurovision star Sam Ryder ahead of the release of his debut album.
Sam, who is known for his outlandish and quirky looks and costumes was almost rivalled by Naga's unique look as he sat down on today's show.
One adoring fan remarked of both the interview and Naga's glasses: "@TVNaga01 loved your interview with Sam!! Also the glasses look ace 🙂 hope you have a lovely Xmas x."
BBC Breakfast airs from 6am on BBC One.
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