Halle Berry Casually Wears A Leopard Bodysuit And Thigh-High Boots

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Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

Halle Berry just proved that leopard print is here to stay.

Earlier this afternoon, the actress posted a full-body shot of herself on Instagram in a leopard print bodysuit and matching thigh-high boots.

She captioned the image, 'hitting all the right spots…' Followers were sure to reference her former role as Patience Phillips in 2004’s Catwoman.

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The ‘90s and ‘00s fashion icon isn’t one to shy away from bold fashion moves. Back in March, she shared an ode to quarantine fashion with a photo of herself on Instagram wearing a sheer tulle ball skirt and crop top studded with butterfly accents. 'Looking for a red carpet moment ✨,' she simply wrote.

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Berry is certainly no stranger to the trouser-less look, either. Several months ago, she shared a photo of herself looking back on a strut, wearing just an oversized LaQuan Smith velvety pink patterned button-down with Kat Maconie heels. She captioned the post, 'soakin’ in that Sunday sun'.

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And let’s not forget that at the Oscars last month, she pranked us all with a fake bob cut that wreaked havoc among many fans. Not the least bit fazed, Berry retweeted a hilarious video-turned-meme of a fan in a wig impersonating her from the event, and replied, 'love you guys and your memes. xx.'

She finally revealed days later with an Instagram selfie that she didn’t cut her hair at all. 'Oscar bob… just kidding 😂,' she wrote.

Whatever Berry does, goes (barring the bob, of course).

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