August 07, 2018

Tracee Ellis Ross turns up the heat in pink off-shoulder dress & matching high-heeled boots in pic

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Actress Tracee Ellis Ross, also known as Dr. Bow in the series Black-ish, took to Instagram to share a photo of herself wearing a beautiful pink dress.

In the post, the woman was portrayed posing for the camera wearing an off-shoulder bright pink dress and matching boots that gave her outfit a tough touch. As for the accessories, she put on dark sunglasses.

Tracee was sitting in front of a window that gave a glimpse of the Tower of Bastille behind the actress. The location tag of the post indicated that she was in France and her caption set it clear as she wrote: “always longing for Paris.”

As soon as that image was uploaded, her fans and followers took to the comment section to share their thoughts.

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One of them was Instagram user @blaqsugah, who pointed out that the hot pink looked hot on the actress. @frederictape chimed in and asked Tracee how she does it to look as good so effortlessly.

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How Tracee feels about money

During a conversation the Black-ish actress had with In Style, she revealed that she was always going to be a shopper and that spending smart is part of her motto in life.

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“I believe that you can feel extraordinary in your life without spending tons of money. I’m a really strong advocate for living within your means and not trying to keep up with the Joneses, because then you don’t have debt,” said Tracee.

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She confessed that even though she has gone through the classic moments wherein people ask themselves why they bought something if they knew it was “ridiculous,” the actress has learned that just because she wants something doesn’t mean she should have it.

According to Tracee, her mother Diana taught her what responsibility was about at an early age, something that she has cherished her entire life.

At the moment, the actress is focused on Black-ish, the series she has been working on since 2014, wherein she portrays Dr. Rainbow Johnson.

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