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You can never go wrong with an all-black outfit, and Addison Rae is the latest celeb to show off her take on the timeless look.
In an Instagram photo dump posted online on Sunday, the 20-year-old TikTok star posed for a selfie in a chic all-black ensemble.
“AUGUST YAY! What are you looking forward to this month??!” she captioned the photos along with a string of playful emojis.
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While many fans online couldn't get enough of Rae's sultry body-conscious romper, calling the look "flawless" and "perfect," others were confused by the timing and caption of the post.
"It’s been August for 15 days, it’s halfway over now," wrote one follower.
"Just 15 days late into the month," added another.
Regardless of the post's reception online, Rae has a jam-packed month with plenty to look forward to. On Aug. 19, Rae's makeup and skincare line Item Beauty will be released at Sephora, and on Aug. 27, you can catch her starring in the upcoming Netflix rom-com "He's All That."
The new movie marks Rae's first foray into acting, though it also offered her an opportunity to put her dance background to good use.
"We had an incredible choreographer who was amazing to work with and everyone in the cast was incredibly great at dancing," she shared with Entertainment Tonight. "I think a lot of them would be like, 'No way!' because a lot of people hadn't really danced much before. But I was very impressed with everyone. I think we all did an amazing job. By the time we did the last take of it we were like, 'Can we do it again?'"