Halle Berry is never too shy to show off what she’s got.

The Oscar-winning actress took to Instagram today to share another stylish self-portrait with fans. In her latest post, Berry wears a gold sequin-embellished vintage gown complete with racer-back straps, an open-back design, a super-high leg slit, and cutout detailing. She wears her hair in her signature wavy style, with wispy curtain bangs framing her face, and keeps her makeup pared down.

“Mediocre called, I hung up,” Berry quipped alongside the sultry post.

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The actress shared another selfie earlier in the week, revealing that her 13-year-old daughter, Nahla Aubry, had introduced her to the magic of Instagram filters.

“My daughter has me trying out filters today 😆 what you think?” Berry captioned the selfie, showing her pursing her lips for the camera.

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The actress has also taken the time in recent weeks to show off some social media PDA with her boyfriend, Van Hunt. The musician recently spoke to Entertainment Tonight about how he’s adjusted to life with Berry and her family in the last year.

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“Their family has this ritual where, and I don’t think she would mind me saying it, they get together and have just a small acknowledgement of the day and so they, you know, they immersed me into that and welcomed me into that and it was just beautiful,” Hunt said of celebrating his 51st birthday with Berry’s family. “It was just thoughtful and considerate and sweet and that’s really the kind of person that she is, so, it was beautiful.”

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He added, “The inspiration for our relationship goes across everything, even in my parenting. I’m a completely different person, I can say it like that, and I think that it’s improved every aspect of my life.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US