The “T.I. & Tiny: Friends and Family Hustle” actress has been on a roll with her stream of modish fashion posts, and fans are loving every single one of them. She took to Instagram on Monday with a photo of herself rocking all Versace, including pink-and-blue open-toe sandals and a matching vinyl pouch that retails for $450, paired with a black zip-up leather dress.
The 20-year-old also showed off her new ‘do, which consisted of black-brown-and-blond ombré tresses. She appeared to go for a fuller coverage makeup look, including a subtle brown eye look and a cherry brown lippie. She posed for the photo in front of a fireplace and added in her caption “I think glamour all the time. I wake up in the morning and I’m already thinking glamour. – Donatella Versace.”
Carter’s blacked-out voguish fashion look drew a slew of compliments from fans who praised her style.
“Damn Nae Nae out here snatching edges 😍😍! Uh ohhhhhh look at you sis,” one fan said.
Another added, “Nae Nae now that’s a look Pooh 😩😂😍🔥 nobody touching @colormenae period she keep these hoes on they toes 🔥.”
“You always represent for us melanin queens 👸🏾 #beautiful need ya own fashion line id rock colormenae jeans💪🏾,” said a third fan.
“You look so gorgeous 😍 I like the shoes & purse Versace thingz ❤sassy asf,” someone else commented.
The “Growing Up Hip Hop: Atlanta” alum has also experienced fans bashing her physical appearance a few months ago. Earlier in February, the star encountered a social media troll who urged her to wear makeup after posting a bare-face selfie.
“You not ugly but you need make up sis,” the detractor wrote.
Toya Wright, Carter’s mother interjected and fired back, “She don’t need s–t. She’s beautiful with or without.”
The 20-year-old told BET in November 2017 that due to her father’s success, she sometimes feels it’s too much pressure being in front of the spotlight.
“I feel like people put pressure on me for no reason,” she said. “They don’t look at me like this little girl growing up, they look at me as Lil Wayne’s daughter and Toya’s daughter growing up. I still make mistakes. I still do things, like I’m growing up.”