AnnaLynne McCord looked as good coming as she did going when she strolled down the beach Monday wearing a sexy gray swimsuit.
Enjoying a day of sun and fun, the Dallas star casually carried her stylish espadrilles in one hand and toted a trendy lime-green fringed bag in the other—and she easily has the best bod on the range, any way you look at it.
Particularly if you see her from the back.
McCord's suit may have been a onepiece, but lace-up detailing along the sides and over the plunging neckline revealed plenty of skin, and the high-cut bottoms showed that someone has been doing her squats.
But the actress has way, way more to be proud of than just her fit figure.
Her directorial debut—a PSA for the sexual-violence-combating I Choose Campaign—also premiered today.
"Ultimately, I want to bring awareness to the fact that there is a great need to support the rescue, rehabilitation and education of our enslaved brothers and sisters," McCord explains her inspiration on the campaign's website. "Sexual liberalism and the freedom of choice are causes for which I will always take a strong, opinionated and when necessary, provocative stance to raise awareness for those who cannot."
McCord herself opened up in 2012 about being the victim of sexual assault.
"Has anyone ever been raped? Sexually abused? Not said 'no' when you felt you didn't have the right to?" she asked. "I know what it feels like," she explained during a speech at the Life Is Love event benefiting the Somaly Mam Foundation.
"Done staying quiet," the activist thesp also discussed her traumatic ordeal in the latest Cosmopolitan. "I forgave myself for not standing up for myself, and I began channeling my experience into something good. I have my message for women and girls: You have a voice."