Angela Simmons has done it again.
The star of We TV’s “Growing Up Hip Hop” has left fans in awe with her newest look.
“Wish you could trade eyes with me 💋” she captioned a photoset of her in a fur-like strapless pink top and high-waisted light-wash jeans, which were distressed at the knees. She also casually draped a blush pink blazer over her shoulder.
It took no time at all for fans to pile on the praise for the reality TV star.
“This outfit is everything!!!”
“Ok sexy mama you always been so beautiful 😍 😻😍😍😘😘 @angelasimmons”
“Yes Angie 😍🥰😊”
“Genuine said it best, in them Jean’s Angela.”
The look is very different from the one Simmons showed off on Instagram a week ago.
Rather than getting all dolled up or showing off her curvy figure, Simmons elected to share some footage of getting her workout on.
“Whew I’m beat lol @prxstudios @cliff_prx #BnB #builtnotbought … intense day 😩🏋🏽♀️,” she captioned the series of videos, making it plain in one of the hashtags that she works hard for her figure and hasn’t gone under the knife for any shortcuts.
Fans applauded the star for sharing the unrelenting fitness moment.
“U look good wow go girl get that s–t baby I love youuuuuuu 😉”
“U even look good sweating 😍❤️ lookin like a meal in those shorts”
Simmons may feel comfortable in her own skin now, but she admitted on “The Breakfast Club” last year that she hasn’t always looked at herself so confidently.
“When I was younger, I grew up kind of like thicker… I didn’t embrace my curves because I was so young,” she said of being raised on-screen with her slimmer older sister Vanessa Simmons on the MTV reality series “Run’s House.”
“I kind of had a little journal I would write in and I would always be like, ‘I think I look like this,’” she continued. “And I had a little diagram and I would draw this big person and then draw myself skinny. Like, draw the person I want to be, skinny. And it was like, I had body issues. Growing up, I was concerned that I was fat. I was like, ‘I just feel fat.’ I always had that conversation. I would cry about it. And I would feel like everyone around me was smaller. I just didn’t get it.”