Tracee Ellis Ross Models Neon Green Peek-a-Boo Dress on Instagram (and Did We Mention It’s Only $25?)

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Tracee Ellis Ross is easily one of our biggest fashion inspirations, so whenever we can track down one of her outfits, you can bet we'll be adding it to our cart. Thankfully, in one of her more recent Instagram posts, the 49-year-old Black-ish star sported a neon green peek-a-boo dress that is available to buy (and only costs $25).

The asymmetrical dress from H&M features cut-outs down the bodice and a slit up the left side, with spaghetti straps and an extra tassel that functions as a decorative drawstring. Ross's eye-catching outfit was styled by Karla Welch, who paired the statement piece with knee-high brown leather boots and dazzling gold earrings. Nai'vasha Johnson styled Ross's curly cornrows, using the actress's own Pattern Beauty hair products, while Lisa Storey did her makeup.

In the photos, Ross stands outside on a patio getting hit directly by the sun, and in her caption, she jokingly wrote, “Summer chicken.”

Fellow celebs showed their love for the ensemble, like Rita Wilson, who called her a “Beauty.” Meanwhile, Tamu McPherson wrote, “Obsessed with this dress.”

Ross wore the ensemble for an event in West Hollywood that highlighted the Buy From a Black Woman and H&M collaboration. Ross, who recently became an ambassador for the collab, is hoping to advance the efforts of Buy From a Black Woman, a non-profit created in 2016 that helps to “ensure that Black Women have the tools and resources that will allow them to be successful.” Their mission statement says, “Through educational programs, an online directory, and funding, Buy from a Black Woman continues to grow as a trusted resource that helps Black Women in business.”

While attending the event, Ross also added a tan blazer to her ensemble, as seen in the photo below.

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In H&M's collab with the non-profit, they aim to help these business owners, starting with the fact that they have pledged $250,000 to Buy From a Black Woman.

Stylish and for a good cause? Don't mind us while we race to get this dress.

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