Cindy Crawford knows how to unwind in style.
On Sunday, the 56-year-old supermodel shared a makeup-free photo on Instagram, posing in front of a mirror with her hair in a messy bun, wearing a maxi robe from the celebrity-approved, bohemian-inspired brand, Spell.
Crawford's post was met with countless compliments from fans on her robe and praise for being "a natural beauty."
"That robe though," one Instagram user commented, while another echoed, "This robe is literally everything. The perfect robe. I'm obsessed. You're so beautiful Cindy! Naturally gorgeous."
"I love your robe!" someone else commented, while another added, "It's the robe for me."
"Beauty as per usual! Where can I buy that robe?" one person asked.
While Crawford's robe is in high demand, it is unfortunately sold out. However, the brand behind the robe offers a variety of alternate styles. A-list stars like Kate Hudson, Hilary Duff, Sarah Jessica Parker and Vanessa Hudgens are all fans of Spell's luxurious robes and fashions.
According to their website, Spell is a sustainably-minded company and "a global pioneer at the intersection of environmental consciousness and ethical fashion production," inspired by romanticism, escapism, and rock and roll.
Other fans praised Crawford for her "flawless," fresh-faced complexion, insisting she share her skincare routine.
"How do you look so good without any makeup? Timeless beauty. Please drop a skincare routine. Your complexion is flawless," one commenter wrote. "Who needs makeup when your skin looks like that. Beautiful!"
"Love you without makeup. People can see that nothing is real on Instagram," someone else penned.
"Thank you for being real!" another added.
In a 2020 interview with Byrdie, Crawford revealed she considers skincare as essential to her routine as working out and is willing to spend the money on good products.
"I've also learned that's where you want to spend the money—anything that goes on your skin. So, skincare and foundation," she said. "You can get a less expensive mascara, you can get a less expensive lip gloss or nail polish, but anything that's actually on your skin is worth investing in."