Gabrielle Union Rocks Criss-Cross Cut Armani Top to the Kids’ Choice Awards

Last night, Gabrielle Union was a presenter at the 35th Annual Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, where she rocked a super silvery outfit that certainly caught our eye.

The 49-year-old actress presented the award for Favorite Breakout Artist with singer Charlie Puth, and she made sure that her outfit was worthy of the Kids’ Choice stage. For the event, Union turned to her frequent stylist, Thomas Christos Kikis, who helped her put together a space-esque ensemble. The outfit included a gray-and-white striped Giorgio Armani top with criss-cross cutouts all down the front. The crop top was paired with a metallic silver bubble skirt and black mule shoes.

Union shared a slideshow of pics featuring the outfit on Instagram, which she captioned, “You Rang?” She also added a cold face emoji, snowflake emoji and black heart.

To match her outfit, we can see that Union was wearing small silver hoop earrings and a silver chain, while her eye shadow also had quite the metallic look. Her jewelry was courtesy of the EF Collection, while her makeup was done by Tasha Reiko Brown, who used Chanel. Meanwhile, Union's wavy ’do was constructed by her frequent hairstylist, Larry Jarah Sims, who used Union's own brand of haircare products, Flawless by GU.

However, this wasn't the only glimpse Union gave her followers of her outfit. She also posted a comical video, where she is seen strutting around a room to show off the ensemble. However, toward the end of the clip, she tries to exit through a door, which she discovers is locked. She captioned the clip, ”When one door closes, another is supposed to open but sometimes… sometimes that sucka locked.”

Killing it as always, Gabrielle.

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