Dannii Minogue rarely misses when it comes to the fashion stakes.
The pop star opted for a billowing boho blouse with a pale pink pattern throughout which she wore with the ties undone.
Dannii tucked the top into her chic trousers, which were a wide-legged pair at ankle length.
To add some interest to the ensemble, Dannii put on a pair of strappy, towering heels in an orange tone.
Dannii Minogue (pictured), 52, was showing off her youthful appearance as she attended the NBL match between Melbourne United and Sydney Kings in Melbourne on Saturday
For makeup, she went for a clean, rosy look with a natural lipstick and wore her brunette locks down in waves.
Dannii skipped the accessories but for a pair of designer sunglasses to shield her from the warm day’s rays.
The star revealed recently that she would be open to reprising her star-making role as Emma Jackson on Home and Away, 33 years after leaving the show.
She told this week’s Stellar Magazine that seeing her older sister Kylie, 55, return to Neighbours for one episode last year left her feeling inspired.
The pop star opted for a billowing boho blouse with a pale pink pattern throughout which she wore with the ties undone. Dannii tucked the top into her chic wide-legged trousers
For makeup, she went for a clean, rosy look with a natural lipstick and wore her brunette locks down in waves
‘It was not only a joy for Kylie but for us as a family. Because we were all in the same house when she was doing that, we were part of it,’ she began.
‘So it would be fun to revisit Emma on Home and Away. I keep thinking it would be really nice to do something. Let’s see what happens.’
Dannii got her start in the industry by playing the punky teen Emma Jackson on Home and Away from 1989 – 1990, while her sister starred as Charlene on Neighbours from 1986 – 1988.
Minogue added the TV landscape was very different three decades on, meaning there would be lots of interesting ways to revisit her iconic character.
‘TV has gone through the most crazy changes. It’s now a time where it would be so exciting, and it would draw me back in because there are so many possibilities.’