Tracee Ellis Ross was hard to miss when she arrived at the Jimmy Kimmel Live! studio on August 19.
While the Black-ish star stood out in a blue dress, it was her shoes that had everyone talking, as she made the all too relatable decision to carry her heels and walk around in a pair of sandals instead.
Keep scrolling to see her look!
The actress first showed off her outfit in an Instagram, captioning her photo, "Burst of blue for my first time back in a late night tv show studio. See you tonight."
Her blue Nina Ricci midi-dress featured a few cutouts at the waist and she added some sparkle with Tiffany & Co. jewels.
Ross stayed protected by wearing a clear face shield.
Since the Golden Globe winner still had time before her appearance on the talk show, she carried her Louboutin pumps and walked around in yellow buckled slide sandals.
During her segment on Kimmel, Ross admitted that she often swipes accessories from her superstar mom Diana Ross.
"I had this necklace of hers and I think it was a necklace attached to a jumpsuit she wore in Mahogany, and I have always said, every time I see the picture, I'm like 'Oh my god I have that necklace!'" she revealed. "I steal stuff from her."
The Pattern Beauty founder shared in the spring that she had gained a little weight over the last year — but she's not bothered by it.
"The softness that I'm experiencing in my body ... all of use have our own version of that ... it's actually something to say thank you for," she explained on social media. "My body has been incredibly wise. Thank you for keeping me safe during COVID."
"I really encourage and invite all of us to receive the wisdom of our bodies right now and allow the softness, the weight, the whatever ... and be grateful," Ross continued in her candid post. "I made it through this year! In some ways I've gotten deeper. In some ways I've gotten bigger. In some ways I am forever changed."
"I don't think my physical body is the most important thing to come out of this very difficult time," the Girlfriends star declared. "This is a time to offer compassion everywhere, to our bodies, to each other."