We’re Completely Here for Gabrielle Union’s Early Aughts-Inspired Belly Chain

The actress's ensemble comes courtesy of Australian fashion brand Dion Lee.
We're Completely Here for Gabrielle Union's Early Aughts-Inspired Belly Chain
We’re Completely Here for Gabrielle Union’s Early Aughts-Inspired Belly Chain

Gabrielle Union is known for her experimental style, and her latest ensemble is no exception.

Yesterday, the actress took to Instagram to show off an ultra-sleek and super-sexy look (curated by her stylist, Thomas Christos Kikis) that included an oversized boxy blazer and loose-fitting trousers designed with a belly-grazing chain-link belt, courtesy of Dion Lee. Union finished her early aughts-inspired look with a cropped leather halter top and accessorized with the Garavani Roman Stud Quilted Leather Shoulder Bag by Valentino, coordinating gold jewelry by David Yurman, and open-toe heeled mules from By Far. The actress kept her makeup matte yet fresh, opting for a subtle smoky eye and natural lip crafted by her makeup artist, Tasha Reiko Brown.

“Light lift 🖤🖤,” Union captioned the fit pic while shouting out her glam team and hilariously geotagging her location as “Bad to the Bone.”

 

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In another post, Union ditched her blazer to show off her gorgeous glowing skin, cheekily sticking out her tongue for the camera.

“Hiiiiiiiii 🦂,” Union captured the second image, followed by her astrological sign—Scorpio—showcased in emoji form.

 

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Union, who wore her hair braided in a cornrow ponytail for the photo op, opened up to Newsfresh.net last year about how she was encouraged to embrace her hair’s natural texture after becoming a mother, so much so that she started her own haircare line, Flawless by Gabrielle Union.

“Becoming a stepmom and a mom to two young girls, I had to really work to unlearn a lot of traditions. I let go of ideals about what acceptable hair is supposed to look like and really leaned more into healthy hair,” said Union. “However our children choose to present themselves is a personal choice. No matter what, they’re beautiful and amazing. I just want them to have healthy hair and know how to care for it.”