Sangita Patel dazzles in purple blazer by Canadian designer: 'Stunning as always!'

Sangita Patel shares video posing in leather pants, and purple blazer by Canadian designer via Instagram/ @sangita.patel
Sangita Patel is having fun with fashion in her latest video. (Photo via Instagram/sangita.patel)

Sangita Patel is showing her support for Canadian designers.

On Wednesday, the "ET Canada" host took to Instagram to post a video of her posing in a fashionable look.

In the video, she twirled in a pair of skin-tight black leather pants, stiletto booties and a satin crop top.

She completed the outfit with a vibrant purple blazer by the Canadian fashion designer Muhammad Alamgir, who runs the brand L'MOMO.

"Dem pants! Maria had to help get these pants on and it was impossible to get them off," Patel captioned the clip for her 142,000 followers. "It’s like the Ross episode on 'Friends.' But they are cool, and how awesome is this purple blazer from the one and only Canadian Designer Muhammad Alamgir. Love."

In the comments, fans went wild over Patel's "stunning" look.

"Love the jacket with this look," an Instagram user commented, while another added: "Royal purple is a great colour on you!"

"I love the purple blazer. You look stunning!" shared someone else.

"Love this entire look! Especially the blazer 'cause it's Canadian," another chimed in.

One person echoed: "Great outfit! Pretty in purple!"

"Looking great!" added another alongside a flame emoji.

Last month, Patel showed love to another Canadian designer in celebration of Diwali.

The 43-year-old shared a video of herself performing a dance with a Diya lamp. She wore a pink and beige floral lehenga by Canadian-Indian designer, Mani Jassal.

"Happy Diwali," Patel captioned the post. "Festival of Lights just brings so much joy. Maybe because of the ‘zero calories’ sweets shared with family and friends."

"But it’s light over darkness and happiness over despair," she continued. "Tomorrow light a candle, a Diya, and take a moment to reflect on your blessings."

Patel concluded the post by tipping her hat to Jassal's "masterpiece."

"Can we just take in the masterpiece lehenga from the one and only Mani Jassal. I’m always floating in her designs!" she penned.

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