Tracy Moore is giving an "ode to glam."
On Thursday, the Canadian TV presenter, 47, took to Instagram with a video of herself getting ready for the Black Diamond Ball— the annual gala honouring Black history month.
In the Instagram Reel, the "CityLine" host began by showing off her makeup-free, freckled complexion and blue camouflage pajamas before quickly transitioning to her "fabulous" final look — a floral halter dress with a thigh-high slit paired with transparent high-heel mules.
"An ode to glam," she captioned the post. "You all know I love kickin’ it in a bonnet and PJs. But I’ll always be both. Head ties and high heels. Lashes and loungewear."
"All hail the glam squad," she added.
In the comments, fans met Moore's post with praise for her "stunning" style.
"Leggy queen! We see you! Stunning," one Instagram user penned, while another commented, "Gorgeous! This dress is stunning on you and I’m cheering for your leg."
"One of my favourite gowns ever! And get that leg out!" someone else chimed in.
"Go off, legs," a fan quipped. "Looking fabulous as always, Tracy!"
"Love that dress on you!" commented another.
Earlier this month, Moore opened up about beauty standards as a Black woman in television.
The Richmond Hill, Ont.-born TV presenter shared that it "really messes with your head being on TV, body image-wise."
"I've been everything from a size 4 to a 14 on this show, and really battled with how I can be me in this space and not be critiqued and judged for it," she said, adding that in the early days of her career, she was pressured to swap her hairstyle.
"I came in here with twist extensions because I was trying to find a professional look as a Black woman for television," she recalled. "I thought it was professional. My bosses at the time, who are no longer here, did not."
"It was a big cheat on who I really am, but I was willing to do that for this job," the mom-of-two said.