Sofia Vergara looks effortlessly chic in a double denim ensemble and black leather boots
Sofia Vergara enjoyed a fun day out with her gal pals in Los Angeles on Saturday.
The stunning former Modern Family star, 51 — who recently split with husband Joe Manganiello after more than seven years of marriage — was spotted on a shopping spree in Beverly Hills while surrounded by a group of gorgeous friends.
Rocking a double denim ensemble for the casual occasion, the Colombian goddess looked like she stepped off the cover of a fashion magazine.
The actress kept her trademark chestnut tresses long and loose as she added a set of knee-high black leather boots to the mix.
Her glamorous day out on the town comes after she was featured in the new poster for Netflix’ Griselda, where she plays notorious Colombian drug cartel leader Griselda Blanco.
The art shows an extreme close-up of Sofia’s face with her hands folded in front of it and her fingernail, painted deep red, with a white powdery substance on it.
In a cheeky reference to Blanco — who was known as the Cocaine Godmother during her Miami drug reign in the 70s — the poster’s tagline read: ‘A woman of substance.’
Sofia has previously said in a statement, ‘Griselda Blanco was a larger-than-life character whose ruthless
but ingenious tactics allowed her to rule a billion dollar empire years before many of the most notorious male kingpins we know so much about’.
The Modern Family star completely transformed into Colombian queenpin, as seen in the recent teaser for the series, which debuts on January 25.
In the 36-second clip, Sofia’s Griselda can be heard saying, ‘You’ve thought a lot about me, haven’t you? I’ve heard that you liked my product. We can make a lot of money together.’
Following a montage of cocaine and money, someone can be heard asking: ‘Who is the one in charge?’
Sofia in full Griselda costume and makeup suddenly appears and stares directly into the camera.
According to Netflix, the bilingual crime series is inspired by the life of the savvy and ambitious of Blanco, who they describe as a ‘devoted mother’ that ‘created one of the most profitable cartels in history.’