The 31-year-old, who’s increasingly making a name for herself in the fashion world, wowed fans with her all-red look. She donned a long-sleeve cropped blouse paired with a form-fitting skirt by Fashion Nova that retails for $29.99. Simmons jazzed up her ensemble with a pair of red stiletto pumps and opted for a sultry makeup look.
The reality star modeled the Love Lane set seemingly in the comfort of her home while posing against a wall. Showing off her fit abs, curvy frame and back-touching tresses, Simmons captioned her March 4 Instagram photo “Lady in Red ,” also adding, “Curls on curls.”
Fans gawked over how stunning the “GUHH” star looked and flooded her feed with compliments.
“Seize the lady in red!” one fan exclaimed. “Red looks really gorgeous on you!”
Another person added, “Damn.. You got me insta sweating on Instagram . Your curls and curves on point!”
“Those and that skirt and shirt though … makes me want to sip wine with you,” another Instagram user added. “You my Lady dujour!.”
“Spicy mama!!!! You lookin right in that red love .”
The 31-year-old first dabbled in the fashion industry in 2017 with her sister Vanessa Simmons after beginning their shoe line Pastry. Their line was billed as featuring bold and unique patterns that delivered style and didn’t “sacrifice performance and comfort.”
Angela Simmons left Pastry” a few years later and pursed solo projects, including her latest BNB program, which stands for “Built Not Bought.” The program seeks to help women achieve a more positive mindset and reach fitness goals.
The “GUHH” star got candid in June 2018 about the body issues she dealt with as a teenager.
“I didn’t embrace my curves because I was so young, ” he told the Breakfast Club. “I kind of had a little journal I would write in and I would always be like, ‘I think I look like this.’ And I had a little diagram and I would draw this big person and then draw myself skinny. Like, draw the person I want to be, skinny.”
She continued, “And it was like, I had body issues. I was concerned that I was fat. I was like, ‘I just feel fat.’ I always had that conversation. I would cry about it. And I would feel like everyone around me was smaller. I just didn’t get it.”
Simmons apparently no longer struggles with body image issues and has been on a self-loving journey.
“Always a work in progress,” she wrote in a Instagram post in May 2018 while posing in her underwear. “However , loving myself just as I am is very important . Loving myself just as I am. Everyday is a new day. Some days a I want a flatter stomach , some days I want my arms to be cut up. … The biggest lesson I have learned is being content with who I am.”