During BET’s 106 & Park prom themed segment, Zendaya showed she isn’t a follower when it comes to fashion. The starlet opted for a sharp menswear tuxedo instead of the typical prom dress.
What a bright idea for the fashionista to pair this marigold belted Prada dress with cobalt Giuseppe Zanotti’s!
When the actress hit the Radio Disney carpet in this Juicy Couture short suit and Gucci ankle strap sandals we were officially sold on her style. The look was sleek and sophisticated but with a touch of whimsy.
The more casual side of the starlet finds her in a pastel print SUNO tunic and slouchy trousers with Jimmy Choo neon pink pumps during an appearance on Extra. The high bun and hoop earrings give the look a little extra attitude, which we love.
The fashionista mixes a little sugar and spice in a voluminous pastel Alice+Olivia dress, American Apparel sweatshirt with a bedazzled collar, finished with a hot pair of Ruthi Davis gladiator platforms.
At the 16th Annual ‘Friends and Family’ pre-grammy event Zendaya created a high-low style mix we loved. The starlet paired her own personal Disney T-shirt with a vintage lamé skirt, a Vince leather jacket and those pop-colored pumps by Jimmy Choo.
When Zendaya isn’t in playful prints, she’s working a statement solid piece. This emerald fit-and-flare Valentino dress is simply pretty and the snakeskin Christian Louboutin’s add just the right amount of sass.
Zendaya channeled 1940’s fabulousness at the 40th Annual American Music Awards in an Alice+Olivia dress with a leopard-esque bodice, a ballerina tu-tu skirt and mesh Mary Jane’s by Louboutin.
Zendaya played with plaid perfectly, sporting a dress by designer Shoshanna and adding a dose of color with satin bubble gum pink Christian Lacroix sling backs.
Zendaya first caught our eye when she arrived on the red carpet at Teen VOGUE’s annual Young Hollywood event wearing a long lamé pleated skirt by Reem Acra with a button-down blouse by Dolce & Gabbana. Her best fashion moment to date!