Sangita Patel shows love to Canadian fashion amid 'roller coaster' with 'ET Canada'

The host shared three looks from Canadian South Asian evening wear designer Mani Jassal.

TORONTO, ONTARIO - SEPTEMBER 06: Sangita Patel attends the
Sangita Patel is showing support for a Canadian fashion brand. (Photo by Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)

Sangita Patel is showing love for Canadian fashion as the parent company of "ET Canada" announces the program's cancellation.

On Wednesday, the Canadian TV host took to Instagram with a carousel of photos in three elegant looks by Canadian South Asian evening wear designer Mani Jassal. The snaps come just days after Patel bid farewell to her decade-long career at "ET Canada."

In her Instagram post, Patel expressed excitement for Jassal's latest collection, despite the big changes to her own professional life this week.

"Peeps, last week in the midst of this roller coaster, my friend the extraordinary designer [Mani Jassal] launched another line. Woohoo! I am so proud of you, mama. Every look had a different vibe! I couldn't stop twirling," she penned.

The first ensemble features a frilled blue and white floral skirt with a thigh high slit and a matching sleeveless crop top. For her second look, Patel donned a black and multi-coloured floral maxi skirt with a thigh-high slit and a matching crop top.

Patel's final outfit included a pale blue and beige floral maxi skirt paired with a matching blue half-sleeve crop top.

The 43-year-old host engaged her fans by asking, "Okay, which one should I wear for Diwali? A — I'm gonna call this 'oh my Bridgerton,' B — let's call this 'My Garden,' C — just 'Royal.'"

She emphasized the significance of supporting Canadian fashion, especially when it celebrates culture. Patel wrote, "Supporting Canadian fashion means the world to me, especially when it celebrates our culture. Yes, [lehenga] are beautiful, with a touch of sexiness."

In the comments, fans swooned over Patel's potential Diwali looks and shared messages of support regarding the cancellation of her show.

"Still showing love for Canadian designers in the middle of your whole career being uprooted," one person pointed out. "Truly amazing! You look absolutely stunning in all of these."

"Stunning," wrote another. "Love how much grace you and your colleagues have shown during this week, it's inspiring."

"You are stunning in each of them," someone added.

"Seriously, you are one of the most sincere and down to earth women! Hooray for demonstrating the strength women can possess — physical and emotional — despite disappointments," commented another.

Last week, Patel shared a video from her latest broadcast alongside colleague Cheryl Hickey, announcing the end of the show.

"Today it hit hard. One of the hardest throws for Cheryl and I as we announced to our viewers the show is coming to an end," Patel wrote in the caption. "Today our ETC family, hugged, cried and just in a state of shock."

Earlier this year, Patel celebrated 10 years of working at ET Canada. She shared an Instagram Reel in March compiled of snippets of herself interviewing celebrities such as Julia Roberts, Dwayne Johnson, Mark Ruffalo and the Backstreet Boys, among others.

"Ten years of incredible experiences, connecting with amazing peeps and living a career where I still pinch myself thinking, 'Whoa, me?'" she penned in her caption.

The mom-of-two noted that while her "passion has always been connecting with people," working in her industry is a challenge.

"As gullible as I am, this industry isn't easy. Being a South Asian woman, I gotta hustle a little harder," she shared. "I hope my journey inspires others."

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