Gabrielle Union claps back at ‘dress your age’ diss

Gabrielle Union fired back at an Instagram follower who suggested she “dressed her age”.The 46-year-old actress is known for showcasing her stunning figure in sexy ensembles, and recently courted attention in a black dress and sneakers combination….

Gabrielle Union fired back at an Instagram follower who suggested she “dressed her age”.

The 46-year-old actress is known for showcasing her stunning figure in sexy ensembles, and recently courted attention in a black dress and sneakers combination. While many fans approved of the look, others turned up their nose at it, with one commenting: “Can you dress your age please.”

The remark caused Gabrielle to see red, and the screen star sarcastically replied: “Oh I’d loooove to hear what you think is age appropriate. Please gimme allll the age appropriate fashion advise (sic) I didn’t know I needed in my life.”

In her original upload, new mum Gabrielle, who welcomed daughter Kaavia last month (Nov18) with husband Dwyane Wade via surrogate, got reflective about the end of 2018 and the start of a new year.

“All my unfinished work/projects from 2018 looking at me as I prepare my vision board for 2019 like… And a glimpse of my upcoming @nyandcompany eat/pray/love/travel/chill collection available next week! Sneakers by @lining.official,” she wrote.

The Being Mary Jane star has been working with retail brand New York & Company since August 2017.

She signed a multi-year contract with the company, which also has Eve Mendes on its roster, explaining at the time that she was keen to create an affordable fashion line.

“I wanted to offer on-trend fashion at affordable prices. That’s the bottom line,” she told WWD, explaining the price plan came into action after she was asked about her own outfits, only to tell others the pieces were extremely expensive.

“In that moment you say the price, you’re an a*shole. There’s got to be a way of creating fly, dope, on-trend, fashion-forward pieces for a much lower price, and that was my goal.”

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