Mindy Kaling knows how to bring the glam.
On Tuesday, the 43-year-old took to Instagram to share a set of photos of herself sitting on a window sill. In the shot, the "Mindy Project" and "The Office" alum rocked a black long-sleeve Dolce & Gabbana dress that featured a vibrant floral print. The actress, producer and writer paired the frock with black strappy Jimmy Choo stilettos, a shiny gold ring and a pair of sparkling violet and green earrings from Alex Soldier.
"New York, New York. The city so nice, they named it twice. Manhattan is the other name," Kaling captioned her post, quoting "The Office" character Michael Scott.
Fellow celebrities and fans quickly commented Kaling's post, admiring the comedian's natural beauty.
"Love everything about this post!" one fan commented.
"Omg you look stunning!!!" raved another.
"You wear a print like nobody's business," someone chimed in.
Kaling is no stranger to bold print or a vibrant outfit. The "Late Night" and "Ocean's 8" star often takes to social media to stun her fans with eye-catching posts and gorgeous looks.
While comedy, writing, directing and acting have all been strong suits for Kaling, fashion might've taken a bit more work.
Last week, Kaling appeared on "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen," where she played a game called "Versace or Hibachi." The game requires guests to look at past photos of themselves and critique their own style, where a "Versace" score is a pass and a "hibachi" mark is a fail.
Host Andy Cohen started the game with a photo from 2008, where Kaling wore a "ruffles and gloves" look, to which the star immediately burst into laughter and called the look "horrible."
Throughout the game, Kaling appeared to hate nearly all of her past fashions. In another look for the 2008 Emmys, Kaling wore a brown pleated dress that Cohen described as "very Studio 54," to which Kaling joked, "Hibachi! I really hate myself," before asking Cohen to "find one look of me where I’m looking good."
Despite Kaling's wincing, Cohen had other thoughts on her past photos.
"I think you look great in all of these!" the TV host said.