Take it, haters, because Gabrielle Union knows how to deal with unsolicited criticism like a boss.
The 46-year-old actress posted an Instagram photo of herself wearing a beautiful black dress with colorful green sneakers, but one particular pendant did not feel her outfit of the day.
"Can you please dress at your age," said the critic.
Union responded with a sarcastic comeback as captured by Instagram comments from Celebs.
"Oh, I'd like to hear what you think is age-appropriate," the actress wrote. "Please give me all age-appropriate fashion [advice] I did not know that I needed in my life."
Union has its own slender style and has never shied away from trying new things. The actress recently celebrated the one-year existence of her line, the Gabrielle Union Company, which is housed in New York & Company. She described her collection as "fun, flirty, functional and flying".
"When I was approached to make a line at New York & Company, I absolutely wanted to create a line that could carry my own family," she told Yahoo Lifestyle earlier this year, adding that one of her priorities was on "tweaking [things] to make sure that [the clothes] remained affordable. "Fashion criticism when she recently greeted her first child with her husband Dwyane Wade via her deputy, the two and her little girl Kaavia James recently celebrated their first Christmas.
The actress posted a photo of herself cuddling with Kaavia James along with an inspiring message to those who had a hard time.
"For anyone who feels alone, scared, insecure, insecure, hopeless …" she said. "Wait. You are loved and you are not alone. Was there, wait. Love and light for everyone.
Prior to the birth of her daughter by surrogate mother, Union had previously opened her fertility battles in her book . We need more wine.
"I had eight or nine miscarriages," wrote Union. "For three years, my body has been a prisoner trying to get pregnant, and I was either about to embark on an IVF cycle in the middle of an IVF cycle or to get out of an IVF cycle."
She also talked about the difficulty of starting a family during an interview with Redbook in 201
"So far it has not happened to us," she told the magazine. "Women who may have decided on a career to start a younger family are a shame. The penance for the career woman is infertility. You feel like you're carrying a scarlet letter. "