Gabrielle Union is showing off how she can pose from any angle.
The 49-year-old took to social media on Thursday to post an Instagram Reel of herself posing in three different outfits from New York and Company's new Gabrielle Union Collection. In the video, Union posed to the tune of "Blick Blick" by rappers Nicki Minaj and Coi Leray.
In the short clip, the "Bring It On" actress showed off her "flawless" beauty, starting off with an all-white cut-out jumpsuit ($105 USD/$138 CAD). She then stunned in a moss green and white printed blazer ($91 USD/$119 CAD) along with a matching set of wide-leg shorts ($56 USD/$73 CAD). To top it all off, the "10 Things I Hate About You" star wore a baby blue sleeveless top featuring a ruched front ($49 USD/$64 CAD) and a matching side-slit skirt ($56 USD/$73 CAD).
"This new New York and Company collection really be looking good from any angle!" the "Bring It On" star captioned her post.
Fellow stars and fans quickly chimed in on the post, sharing their praises for the outfits and Union's beauty.
"You are truly a star. Just beautiful. There's really not a word in the dictionary for your kind of beauty. There isn't," one fan chimed in.
"Soooo pretty! I love the green look," another replied.
"I mean, it’s every look for me," shared one person.
"Runs to store to buy all of these outfits," someone commented.
Currently, shoppers can save up to 70 per cent on items from New York and Company's Gabrielle Union Collection.
In another recent video Union posted on Instagram, she's seen with her three-year-old daughter Kaavia, reciting words about her "beautiful" and "puffy" hair. The "Cheaper By The Dozen" star noted that she wants to teach her daughter about her beauty as a Black girl.
"I want Kaav to feel beautiful and powerful in every room she walks into, no matter who is standing next to her," Union wrote in the video's caption. Her beauty, her power, her love, is hers. I want her to be free of Eurocentric beauty ideals and embrace all our glory. She will know that loving all of herself in no way diminishes the love that others have for themselves. Being unique and amazing aren't qualities reserved for a few, they are our birthright — and we claim it."