Ciara’s Gold Leaf-Adorned Baby Bump Is an Iconic Red Carpet Look

The singer-actress attended the premiere of ‘The Color Purple’ in style.
Ciara

Ciara.


There’s no doubt that Ciara’s maternity style is a cut above the rest. Whether she’s styling her baby bump in sporty athleisure or rocking her impressive street style, the singer is well, always leveling up.

Ciara did just that for the red carpet premiere of The Color Purple in Los Angeles on Dec. 6. She wore a suit from Georges Hobeika’s fall couture collection, featuring an open white button-up that allowed her bump to peek through, which she then adorned with intricate gold leaf detail. Her top included a flowing train, while Ciara completed the monochromatic designer outfit with flowy white pants on her lower half. 

The Grammy Award-winning musician, who stars in the film as Nettie Harris, worked with hairstylist Cesar Deleon Ramirez to achieve the perfect slicked-back wet look. Ciara also collaborated with makeup artist Sheika Daley for glam.

When the mom of three shared the showstopping look on Instagram the following day, many of her 35.1 million followers couldn’t get enough of the bump-forward outfit.

“I love how you gave us content throughout your entire pregnancy and didn’t just disappear, you’re glowing and look stunning! ❤️,” one fan gushed.

“YOU are DEFINITELY BEAUTIFUL in your most important role; as a MOTHER👶🏽💜,” another person cheered.

“When you make a baby bump fashion,” someone else noted. “She looks stunning!! ❤️.”

Ciara and her husband, Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson, share two children, daughter Sienna and son Win. She is also mom to Future Zahir, whom she shares with her ex-fiancé, rapper Future.

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