Actress and director Regina King flaunted her flawless legs as she posed in a gorgeous bronze dress which she wore for the NAACP Image Awards.
Regina King does not only make people wonder when it comes to her directing and acting skills. She is a phenomenal fashion icon as she always pulls out dazzling outfits, as seen in the one she wore for the NAACP Image Awards.
Taking to Instagram, King posted pictures of herself from various angles as she donned a gorgeous bronze dress that showed off her slim and toned legs.
The first image she posted in the series of pictures showed a full-length front view of her dress. It was a short hemmed dress that was sleeveless and had a long train attached from the shoulder.
The next image was similar to the first except this time, King was leaning forward with one hand on her waist and the other hand covering a side of her mouth as she smiled at the camera. The post had the caption:
“#blackexcellence Celebrating #naacpimageawards #onenightinmiami...
For her next pose, King gave off her side view, which showed more details of the dress she wore. The bronze dress had an asymmetrical hemline, and the oversized bow, which cascaded down into a statement, was more obvious.
The last shot was a closer full-length that highlighted the accessories she had with the dress. She paired the outfit with matching strapped heels, silver earrings, and a silver ring.
At the NAACP Image Awards, King was nominated in three categories.
The Oscar de la Renta outfit was matched in the beauty and facial department with simple smoky eye makeup and nude lipstick. Her multi-colored box braids stood out for expertly matching her dress.
The post had over 189,000 likes from lovers and admirers. There were lots of comments talking about how beautiful and hot King looked. Someone said:
“So dayum FINE! #BlackExcellence INDEED! #CarryOnQueen✊?.”
In February, King made heads swoon when she made a serious style statement at the Golden Globe Awards. She wore an asymmetrically draped cape column by Louis Vuitton, which required immense time and detail to create.
The dress which represented "a glamorous armor" and served a dual design purpose, was embellished with 40,000 sequins and crystals by creative director Nicolas Ghesquiere.
At the NAACP Image Awards, King was nominated in three categories: Entertainer of the Year, Outstanding Actress in a Comedy Series, and Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture. At the Golden Globes, she was one of three women nominated in the Best Director category.
For King, who grew up acting with her sisters, the movie “One Night in Miami” for which she was nominated was her directorial debut. The movie has been doing amazingly well by winning awards in various categories.