Co-hosts Hoda Kotb, left, and  Kathie Lee Gifford are shown during a broadcast of NBC's "Today" show in New York. The sleeveless sheath dress, now ubiquitous on cable and local news, and especially beloved by morning news programs, is as much a uniform for TV newswomen as androgyny was in the mid-’90s, when boxy blazers and short hair reigned.
Co-hosts Hoda Kotb, left, and Kathie Lee Gifford are shown during a broadcast of NBC's "Today" show in New York. The sleeveless sheath dress, now ubiquitous on cable and local news, and especially beloved by morning news programs, is as much a uniform for TV newswomen as androgyny was in the mid-’90s, when boxy blazers and short hair reigned. ASSOCIATED PRESS
Co-hosts Hoda Kotb, left, and Kathie Lee Gifford are shown during a broadcast of NBC's "Today" show in New York. The sleeveless sheath dress, now ubiquitous on cable and local news, and especially beloved by morning news programs, is as much a uniform for TV newswomen as androgyny was in the mid-’90s, when boxy blazers and short hair reigned. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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May 15, 2013 8:00 PM

These days, the women of TV embrace sleevelessness

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