Getting cheeky! Ariel Winter flashed her butt wearing impossibly tiny shorts in West Hollywood on Thursday, August 11.
The Modern Family actress, 18, worked a pair of acid wash denim shorts flanked with star and stripe insets on each side. The skimpy bottoms stopped high on her thighs, showing a great deal of her derriere. She displayed her toned stomach as well, opting for a gray crewneck crop top, and paired her shorts with thigh-high Stuart Weitzman 5050 boots. Winter accessorized with a cherry-red Celine handbag and matching fur pom-pom key chain, aviator sunglasses and an OVO baseball cap emblazoned with an owl from Drake’s clothing line. Later that evening, she changed into a gray pair of thigh-skimming bottoms along with a fitted black tank, a red plaid button-down wrapped around her waist and gray suede over-the-knee boots.
Winter, who graduated high school earlier this summer, clearly has an affinity for Daisy Dukes. She posted a July 29 Instagram wearing the same red, white and blue shorts, simply captioning “The 🍑 always has a mind of its own.” For a night out at the Nice Guy, a West Hollywood nightclub, on Saturday, July 16, she chose a darker pair of short shorts along with a black long-sleeved top, leather over-the-knee boots and a black leather jacket. And on June 5, she kicked off her first day of filming Dog Years with Burt Reynolds in another barely there black, destroyed pair with a printed, cropped tank top, a choker and combat boots.
The soon-to-be University of California, Los Angeles, student underwent breast reduction surgery in 2015 and has proudly flaunted her curves since then. She has even inspired her peers to do the same along the way.
“I love her so much because she has got to be one of the strongest women that I know,” Bindi Irwin told ET in July. “You look at what she posts and just as an individual she’s a lovely being — she’s a girl with a message! “She does inspire so many young girls. … I think that we share that message so completely because we all get caught up in trying to be like each other — and that’s kind of this ideal, and we all try to live up to this ideal — but really it’s an individual thought of what beauty is.”