Ariel Winter flashes her bikini in sheer neon cowgirl costume: 'Hello gorgeous!'

Ariel Winter (pictured on Oct. 13) showed off her daring Halloween costume. (Photo: Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images,)
Ariel Winter (pictured on Oct. 13) showed off her daring Halloween costume. (Photo: Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images,)

Ariel Winter has gone blond for the second Halloween in a row.

The brunette Modern Family star followed up last year’s Pamela Anderson tribute with a daring “cowgirl lost in space” costume involving a platinum wig, cowboy hat and a sheer, neon green crop top and flares that exposed the matching string bikini she was wearing underneath.

“Just a cowgirl lost in space,” the 21-year-old star captioned the photo, which included a second shot showing off the racy look from the back.

Needless to say, her fans and followers approved, with many calling her a “queen” and “beautiful doll.”

“Hello gorgeous!!!” gushed an admirer.

“Why are you the hottest?” added a commenter.

“Your body is amazing!!!” read another comment, while a fan wrote, “You look more amazing every day.”

“Ummm... ‘Yeehaaaw!?’” joked another follower.

While her sheer costume is getting rave reviews, the actress has battled negative body-shaming comments over the past year. Winter recently addressed the scrutiny her body has received since slimming down as a result of switching to new antidepressants that speed up her metabolism.

“I think the one thing that bugs me the most is when people say ‘Oh thank god she lost weight, she used to be so fat,’” she told Women’s Health, adding that “it’s hard not to” fire back at critics “because I’m a feisty person.”

She also told the magazine that her weight loss and change of medication has had a positive impact on her overall.

“I didn’t change my antidepressants because I wanted to lose weight, I’d just accepted it and it was fine,” she said. “I got inspired to actually find a medication that helped me as a person and did all the things I wanted it to do.

“When I changed meds, and started feeling better about myself mentally, losing weight was helpful because it made me feel like I wasn’t just stuck. I hate being stuck anywhere in life.”

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