'Sister, Sister' Star Tia Mowry Stuns in White Dress & Trendy Accessories — See Fan Reactions
"Sister, Sister" actress Tia Mowry delighted her fans with her latest Instagram post, where she rocked a flirty white dress with matching heels and an array of stunning jewelry.
Actress Tia Mowry-Hardrict has enjoyed life in the spotlight since she was a teenager when she and her sister, Tamera Mowry-Housley, starred in the hit sitcom "Sister, Sister."
As a Hollywood veteran, she knows that life and relationships can get overwhelming, so she took to Instagram to spread her wisdom, but in true diva style, she was dressed fabulously.
In the photo, Tia posed against a lush green hedge which made her white button-up Zimmerman dress stand out. The knee-length dress featured a flirty frill, multiple pockets, and a waist belt to accentuate her slim physique.
In addition to white pointed Chanel heels, the "Family Reunion" actress accessorized with multiple trendy bangles and matching thick gold hoop earrings.
Tia's face and hair were as immaculate as the rest of her outfit. Her makeup, done by celebrity makeup artist, Anton Khachaturian, gave her a subtle glow while emphasizing her bold eyes with dark liner and long lashes.
However, the actress's hair stole the show. Tia's dark graying hair was styled into five Bantu knots lined like a mohawk along the middle of her head and her edges neatly styled away from her face.
Tia's cheerful spirit and elegance radiated through the slideshow as she changed poses, giving a full-length and side view of her hair, makeup, and outfit. Her positive energy was reflected in the caption:
"Keep your circle small and your mind at #peace. Quality over Quantity."
Tia's hair was also a hit with fans. "Perfect hair choice," wrote one impressed person while another gushed, "I love this look on you! That dress and your hair is everything!"
BEING BIRACIAL IN HOLLYWOOD
Tia's latest photo exuded confidence and a sense of self-worth that comes with years of reflection. She and her sister Tamera, a former co-host of the daytime talk show, "The Real," faced many professional challenges because of their race.
The twin actresses are known for big movies like "Twitches" and "Seventeen Again," but because they were bi-racial, they were subject to prejudice either for being Black or for not being Black enough.
Now that Hollywood has come a long way, Tia, who was once denied a magazine cover for being Black, has now amplified her voice in the film industry, taking on both acting and production roles.
In 2020, the "A Very Vintage Christmas" actress inked an impressive deal with Lifetime to star and produce three holiday movies after the success of her previous films with the network.