We don't have much to compare it to, but Ariel Winter dressed up in what has to be the trashiest Scarlet Letter costume we've ever seen.
And we love it.
Even old Nathaniel Hawthorne would be rolling over in his grave at the interpretation of his beloved Hester Prynne character.
The 18-year-old Modern Family star flaunted her dwindling assets in a tight-fit corset and bustier, and ... not much else.
Wow. Just ... wow.
As you can see, Ariel's looking much less voluptuous these days than she has in the recent past, which is a bit of a surprise.
Even though Winter had a breast reduction surgery, which she was very open about, her top was still pretty hefty afterward.
Fear not, though - if the actress is losing weight, which it appears that she is, not much is coming from her chest.
She shared another snap (above, for all her adoring fans), which featured an up-close shot of her gorgeous body.
You know you wanna.
She said, "It’s definitely hard being self-conscious and having the world be able to tell you how they feel about you."
"Before Twitter and Instagram," Ariel continued, "if you felt a certain way about a person you didn’t know, you couldn’t tell them."
"'Now I wake up and I have tweets to me about how I’m a fat, ugly blah-blah."
"When I was younger, it took a lot more of a toll on me than it does now," she admitted.
"My sister helped me understand that people will say those things regardless of how you look."
"I tell myself every day, 'I look fabulous,'" Ariel continued.
And for good reason!
"I definitely have pushed myself to deal with the good and the bad because I feel there are so many girls who need to hear positivity."
"I feel like as many of us women who can band together and discuss things in a positive way will be so beneficial," she explained.
"Losing one person in that discussion wouldn’t be helpful."
Further, Ariel even hit out at bullies in a September 2016 post which she shared online.
She said, "Every time someone bullies me online, it gives me a chance to re-emphasize to my and even myself, how important self-acceptance is."
"Those who say such harsh things on my Instagram, thank you for this opportunity."
"The question I ask myself each time I read the mean comments is if this is how you talk to a stranger online, I can only imagine how cruelly you speak to yourself."
In conclusion, the outspoken star - who also dressed up like a Playboy bunny this weekend, because of course she did, and why shouldn't she - added that she "loves" her bullies as well as her supporters.
“I love my fans and I love my bullies for what they truly need is love."
"Take the high road," she wrote. "There is less traffic."
Looking good, girl - and whatever you do, don't ever change.
Not a bit, not an inch, not an idea.