Teresa Giudice knows that family is everything!
The Real Housewives of New Jersey star made her first official appearance since completing her prison sentence just a few short weeks ago.
The mother of four attended the opening of Melissa Gorga's store, Envy By Melissa Gorga, in New Jersey and looked to be in great spirits all throughout the occasion.
"I'm feeling great," Teresa told E! News exclusively Thursday evening. "I'm happy to be here to support my brother and my sister-in-law Melissa for the grand opening on her boutique Envy."
She continued, "[Melissa] has great style and you see her on the red carpet and you see her being photographed, so, and you can tell from the photographs that she has great style."
Teresa's eldest daughter, Gia, was by her side for the fashion event and revealed to us that she turns to her famous mama for style tips.
"My background is fashion. I went to school for fashion," Teresa shared. "I used to work at Macy's Herald Square in the buying office and I also was on the vendor side. I worked for Nine West and Calvin Klein handbags. So, I have a fashion background. She has her mommy."
On Dec. 23, 2015, the reality television star left the Federal Correctional Institution in Danbury, Conn., after serving nearly a year-long sentence.
She reunited with her attorney, James Leonard Jr., who arrived at the prison to meet her for the highly anticipated moment.
After being released, the 43-year-old headed home where she is expected to complete the rest of her 15-month sentence in home confinement.
Teresa's emotional reunion with her family—including her four daughters Gia, 14, Gabriella, 11, Milania, 10, and Audriana, 6—came nearly two years after the Giudice's pleaded guilty to multiple fraud charges.
Teresa's husband of 15 years, Joe Giudice, will serve 41 months in prison this Spring.
"She's doing well. There's no question she's spending all the time she can with her family, including her parents. She's savoring being back with everyone," an insider told E! News after her release.
"Everyone's just very proud of how she's handled things and gotten through it and stayed strong. They're really thankful she's finally coming home."