PureWow may earn compensation through affiliate links in this story.

We predicted that one of the biggest fashion trends of 2022 would be shades of yellow—everything from marigold to lemon to buttercup. And only a couple weeks into the new year, Tracee Ellis Ross is proving us right with her latest post on Instagram.

The Black-ish actress posted a series of photos to her account in a stunning highlighter yellow dress. She sported a Galvan London knit design with a square neckline and a pleated hem. The form-fitting dress also featured long sleeves, but you can buy the sleeveless version of the outfit here. To round everything out, the bodycon gown was paired with matching yellow heels from Christian Louboutin.

While we're not sure why Ross got all dressed up, her collection of photos look like they were taken backstage at an event, and she apparently couldn't decide which pose she liked best. In her caption, she said, “Couldn’t choose.”

Ross's monochromatic 'fit was put together by her frequent stylist, Karla Welch, who posted the ensemble to her own account and said, “Hotter than global warming. (Is it too soon for end days jokes?)” Welch was assisted by stylist Grace Wrightsell.

Meanwhile, the actress's makeup was done by Molly Greenwald, while her hair was styled by Marcia Hamilton.

Fellow celebs were equally impressed by Ross's outfit, like Gabrielle Union, who posted a series of fire emojis in the comments, and Ross's Black-ish co-star, Marsai Martin, who said, “Wowwwwwwww.” Fashion writer and photographer Tamu McPherson added, “Love every single one.”

Ross has been rocking all kinds of monochromatic outfits lately, whether it's her bright green pantsuits or her black dresses with matching heels.

Thanks for convincing us to go out and buy that yellow outfit, Tracee.

Want to stay up-to-date on every breaking Tracee Ellis Ross story? Subscribe here.

RELATED: Tracee Ellis Ross Stuns in Floral Outfit on 'Live'—Here's Where You Can Get One Like It

From Around The Web

The News—But Only the Fun Stuff—
Delivered Right to Your Inbox.
Subscribe