Simone Biles is serving.
On Friday, the 24-year-old gymnast shared a photo showing her wearing a short black leather dress paired with black latex gloves.
"A look," Biles captioned the post while tagging her style team.
Celebrity friends and fans flooded the comments to share how in awe they were of the fierce look.
"Jaw dropped," fellow gymnast Jordan Chiles said.
"Babe alert," Katelyn Ohashi wrote.
"You understood the assignment girllll," a fan noted.
"OBSESSED," a commenter added.
"QUEEN SH*T," someone continued.
This post is just another example of Biles' amazing style. Just last month, she stunned at the Met Gala in an 88-pound black and silver gown, clearly glowing after some very public and private struggles with mental health.
"It’s definitely heavy, but I feel beautiful, strong, and empowered,” she said of the ensemble.
On Thursday, Biles held back tears during an appearance on the Today Show where she opened up about the "twisties," a disorienting phenomenon that can cause athletes to lose air awareness, lead her to decide to sit out several events during the Tokyo Olympics.
"Yeah. To do something that I've done forever and just not be able to do it because of everything I've gone through is really crazy because I love this sport so much. But it's hard. I'm sorry. And I don't think people understand the magnitude of what I go through," she explained."The twisting once I got back will come back, but I'm still scared to do gymnastics."
During an interview with People in August, she admitted that while she was not ready to be the face of mental health and self-care, she appreciates that support she has received.
"Over the years, obviously, since I've been so dominant everybody supports the gymnastics and praised me for what I've done in the gym and not really outside," Biles added. "Then once I took a step back, I obviously was expecting to feel a lot of backlash and embarrassment. But it's the complete opposite. That's the first time I felt human. Besides Simone Biles, I was Simone, and people kind of respected that."