“Built Not Bought” founder Angela Simmons left her fans stumped this week.
The 32-year-old television personality showcased her beauty and killer legs to her six million Instagram followers on Tuesday afternoon and posted a photo of herself modeling sexy attire. She donned a white leopard print bodysuit that revealed her glorious gams, a pink faux fur coat, and blue stiletto pumps while posing outside between two palm trees.
Simmons rested her hand on her derriere and looked off to the side in the portrait. She added in her caption, “Ready . Set . Go 📸: @meech213”
Her post racked up over 49,000 likes and a mass of compliments.
“Lawd forgive me for I have sinned 😋 this is next level stunning 😍naturally yummmlious”
“Ms. Simmons girl you are to 🌹 beautiful why teasing leg of lamb chops 👀 love it ma”
“Sexy mf’er u i’m in Love! All the way Beautiful🤘🏿 girl those shoes and fur is errthang”
“Yasss ang yasss u definitely came to slay, and u look absolutely stunning queen 🔥🔥”
Simmons is known for her undeniable beauty, curves and fashion sense.
Although fans often see her quite glammed up in photos, she admitted that she keeps it simple when doing her own makeup.
“I’m a simple person,” she told Glamour magazine in 2014. “When I do my own makeup — if I do my own makeup — just give me mascara, bronzer, blush, and a red lip. I don’t even put on foundation, I don’t have time.”
As for her favorite designers in the fashion industry, the mother of one listed a few.
“I’m trying to think of what’s in my closet,” she added. “I mean, I mix it up. Saint Laurent, Chanel has really cute boots and heels. I just became a really big fan of Valentino because they’re super comfortable and they’re super-cute.”
Simmons recently announced a new business venture to fans and revealed in an Instagram post that she’s now the co-owner of Dhair Boutique.
“Homecoming💕 I’m super excited to announce that I “coming home” as a Co-Owner of #DhairBoutique alongside @_justdeee,” she wrote on Sunday evening. “We can’t wait for you guys to experience our new textures and hair collections.”