Kristin Cavallari showed off her own take on the little black dress in a recent Instagram post.
On Saturday, the 35-year-old delivered major summer outfit inspiration by sharing photos of herself dressed to the nines in a two piece look that showed off her toned abs.
Cavallari looked ready for a night out in a cropped black cardigan and ruched midi skirt by Lovers and Friends ($133 CAD/ $102 USD) which she paired with black suede Gianvito Rossi heels ($1,026 CAD/ $795 USD), quilted Chanel handbag and layers of delicate necklaces from her jewelry line, Uncommon James.
"Here we go again," Cavallari cryptically captioned the set of photos.
While many fans speculated what the mother-of-three was up to, others were mesmerized by her black two piece ensemble.
"You look absolutely gorgeous," a fan told the former reality star.
"Dang girl!" someone wrote.
"Your outfit is 100 per cent fire," another said. " You look amazing!
"I’m sorry but DO YOU AGE?" someone asked the star. "The answer is obviously no."
Fans first met Cavallari in 2004 when she burst onto the scene in the hit MTV series "Laguna Beach." In the past 18 years, the Colorado-native has starred in "The Hills" as well as her own series "Very Cavallari."
Although there have been no announcements as to whether or not Cavallari will return to reality TV, she will be reuniting with her former boyfriend and "Laguna Beach" costar Stephen Colletti for a new podcast.
Earlier this month, it was revealed the pair will co-host a new "Laguna Beach" rewatch podcast called "Back to the Beach with Kristin and Stephen."
"Stephen and I can’t wait to take listeners behind the scenes of what really went down, how it impacted us, and to relive those high-school days — the good, the bad and the ugly," Cavallari said in a statement.
The Dear Media produced podcast will feature former cast members as they dissect the high school-based series and share behind the scenes details.
"I’m excited to take this ride down memory lane. I haven’t seen the series since the show aired and look forward to unpacking a treasure trove of anecdotes for our audience," Colletti said of the project. "Partnering with Dear Media and Kristin makes for a dream scenario. Kristin brings the heat and I’ll try to keep up… Some things never change.”