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Elizabeth Hurley is putting away her sweats.
On Thursday, the 56-year-old model and actress shared a snapshot of her night out as she donned a plunging purple and black floral dress by Temperly London. She was all smiles as she boasted about the change in wardrobe.
"Good to take trackies off occasionally," she captioned the post.
Fans flooded the comments to let the star know how much they loved the look.
"A beauty," one fan wrote.
"I'm sure you could make any outfit look incredible," someone said.
"Gorgeous beautiful breathtaking," another person added.
"Love love love a million times love!" a commenter noted.
Over the last year, especially during quarantine, people have been sporting their sweats and Hurley, despite her frequent bikini pictures, is apparently no exception. This is not the first time Hurley has given her sweats a break. In April, she wowed fans in a silky pink dress with a thigh-high slit.
"Still home with the fam, but sweatpants banished for the night," she wrote.
In an interview with Hello Magazine last year, Hurley opened up about life during quarantine.
"There are 9 of us. I have my whole family here, including my mother, an aunt and a friend who has severe respiratory problems. I am completely paranoid that I won't be able to keep them safe, and I haven't let anyone leave the house apart from me. I just nip out to local food stores and wear a mask and gloves. I'm terrified of bringing the virus back to my vulnerable guests," she explained.
She also admitted that everyone in the household had designated jobs that they kept track of on a "color-coded" Excel spreadsheet, which included meal planning, laundry and grocery shopping. She also said that there were certain roles to be had, including not being allowed to watch TV until after 6 p.m., so they would not "turn into couch potatoes."
"Secretly, I'd much rather be gardening than doing anything else," she added. "I've been outside doing things for at least five hours a day. My brother bought me a set of what he calls 'lady tools', which are lightweight. I have my own shed with all my tools in it, and woe betide anyone else who uses them. Otherwise, I think I'm okay with everything."