Gabrielle Union Dons Stunning Green Prada Skirt (But Her Baby Blue Heels Steal the Show)

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While we spend Sundays in our pjs and *might* put on some pants by five, Gabrielle Union spends hers dressed to the nines.

The Being Mary Jane star looks like she's living her best life in her latest set of photos on Instagram. Union indicated that she was enjoying "peace and sunshine" with the emojis in her caption, while adding, "#SundayVibes. @prada."

The 48-year-old actress is seen laughing and smiling while sporting a radiant glow from the natural sunlight. She poses around her house and in front of some flower beds wearing an outfit entirely designed by Prada. Her green and brown printed skirt is coupled with a black turtleneck bearing the brand's name on an enameled metal triangle (and the combo currently runs for $3,550 on the designer website).

However, the most arresting part of the outfit is the pair of baby blue slingback pumps that Union shows off with some casual leg placements. The heels (which can be purchased here for $995) add a dash of pastels to the outfit, completing her spring vibe.

Union achieved the look with the help of Damone Roberts, who did her brows, while her knot bun (which also features a Prada metal triangle) was done by Larry Sims. Makeup was applied by Fiona Stiles, while the manicure seen in the second photo was provided by Thuy Nguyen. Union used her frequent stylist, Thomas Christos Kikis, to bring together the whole ensemble.

When it comes to fashion, Union never fails us.

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