Fitness entrepreneur Kayla Itsines looks glamorous at a charity luncheon in Adelaide

She spends most of her time in workout gear, but Kayla Itsines looked decidedly glamorous when she stepped out in Adelaide on Thursday.

The 30-year-old fitness entrepreneur stunned in a white pantsuit, which she paired with a white bralet top.

Kayla rounded out her chic ensemble with a pair of strappy nude heels, and she accessorised simply with a pendant necklace.

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White hot: She spends most of her time in workout gear, but Kayla Itsines looked decidedly glamorous when she stepped out in Adelaide on Thursday

Her long brunette hair was piled into an artful topknot, and she appeared heavily made up.

Kayla was making her way to a charity luncheon for the Little Heroes Foundation, which supports seriously ill children.

She was accompanied by a small entourage, grinning widely as she made her way across a carpark with some female friends. 

Going glam: The 30-year-old fitness entrepreneur stunned in a white pantsuit, which she paired with a white bralet top

Standing tall: Kayla rounded out her chic ensemble with a pair of strappy nude heels, and she accessorised simply with a pendant necklace

Going glam: The 30-year-old fitness entrepreneur stunned in a white pantsuit, which she paired with a white bralet top

Lending their support: She was accompanied by a small entourage, grinning widely as she made her way across a carpark with some female friends

Lending their support: She was accompanied by a small entourage, grinning widely as she made her way across a carpark with some female friends

In a series of video posts on Instagram Stories on Thursday, Kayla shared footage of herself getting ready for the event.

She also shared video footage from inside the event, and revealed she was a ‘guest speaker’ at the charity’s ‘Women In Business’ luncheon.

Kayla also posted a series of photos of herself all dressed up ahead of the event on her main Instagram grid on Thursday.

All dressed up: Her long brunette hair was piled into an artful topknot, and she appeared heavily made up

All dressed up: Her long brunette hair was piled into an artful topknot, and she appeared heavily made up

For a good cause: Kayla was making her way to a charity luncheon for the Little Heroes Foundation , which supports seriously ill children

For a good cause: Kayla was making her way to a charity luncheon for the Little Heroes Foundation , which supports seriously ill children

‘Dressed up and ready to speak at the @littleheroesfoundation Women in Business event,’ she captioned the post.

‘For the people asking in my Stories (Go check that out!! So fun) suit is by @meshki (they have the best boss suits!!!)’.

The mother-of-one last year sold her global health and fitness empire, Sweat, for $400million, selling it just six years after it was established.

Stepping up: Kayla shared video footage from inside the event, and revealed she was a 'guest speaker' at the charity's 'Women In Business' luncheon

Stepping up: Kayla shared video footage from inside the event, and revealed she was a ‘guest speaker’ at the charity’s ‘Women In Business’ luncheon

The bigger picture: In an interview with Body + Soul in March 2020, Kayla said she aimed to empower women with her workouts

'I love training women. I'm all about making them feel good and teaching them how to work together. I'm proud to be someone who empowers other women to do well,' she told the publication

The bigger picture: In an interview with Body + Soul in March 2020, Kayla said she aimed to empower women with her workouts

Kayla owned the popular fitness app with her former fiancé Tobi Pearce, and she is estimated to have earned US$225million (AU$300million) from the sale.

According to a report by The Courier Mail in July last year, the company was bought by US software giant iFIT Health & Fitness Inc.

In 2020, the Sweat app generated a staggering $99.5million in revenue, with the US market responsible for $53.7million. 

Taking care of business: The mother-of-one last year sold her global health and fitness empire, Sweat, for $400million, selling it just six years after it was established

Taking care of business: The mother-of-one last year sold her global health and fitness empire, Sweat, for $400million, selling it just six years after it was established

Ready to go: Kayla posted a series of photos of herself all dressed up ahead of the event on her main Instagram grid on Thursday

'Dressed up and ready to speak at the @littleheroesfoundation Women in Business event,' she captioned the post

Ready to go: Kayla posted a series of photos of herself all dressed up ahead of the event on her main Instagram grid on Thursday

‘I remember running one-on-one sessions in my parents’ backyard and them growing into bigger group sessions in the local park here in Adelaide,’ the fitness mogul wrote on Instagram.

‘Those sessions kept growing and growing and slowly we built up a community and then in 2015, we launched the Sweat app.

‘I’m so excited to start the next chapter in Sweat’s journey. As of today Sweat will be joining the iFit family of brands.’

Like a boss: Kayla owned the popular fitness app with her former fiancé Tobi Pearce, and she is estimated to have earned US$225million (AU$300million) from the sale

Like a boss: Kayla owned the popular fitness app with her former fiancé Tobi Pearce, and she is estimated to have earned US$225million (AU$300million) from the sale

'I remember running one-on-one sessions in my parents' backyard and them growing into bigger group sessions in the local park here in Adelaide,' the fitness mogul wrote on Instagram of her humble beginnings

‘I remember running one-on-one sessions in my parents’ backyard and them growing into bigger group sessions in the local park here in Adelaide,’ the fitness mogul wrote on Instagram of her humble beginnings 

In an interview with Body + Soul in March 2020, Kayla said she aimed to empower women with her workouts.

‘I love training women. I’m all about making them feel good and teaching them how to work together. I’m proud to be someone who empowers other women to do well,’ she told the publication.

Speaking about her success, she added: ‘I don’t have to stand up every day and sell a product I don’t believe in – I get up every day and do what I’ve done for the past 10 years, and I think people like that.’ 

'I don't have to stand up every day and sell a product I don't believe in - I get up every day and do what I've done for the past 10 years, and I think people like that,' she said of her success

‘I don’t have to stand up every day and sell a product I don’t believe in – I get up every day and do what I’ve done for the past 10 years, and I think people like that,’ she said of her success

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