Zendaya adds a sultry edge to a pretty Victoriana dress
High collars, delicate lace and pussybow details might be one of the season's hot trends.
But Zendaya managed to find the sexier side of the Victoriana look on Monday night as she hit the red carpet for the The Hateful Eight film premiere.
The former Disney star, 19, flashed a glimpse at her taut abs and a toned legs through wide set lace as she put in yet another stylish appearance to start the week.
Style queen Zendaya plumped for a pretty lilac shades with black details, which featured a miniskirt and strapless bralet beneath.
It was demure at ankle length and high on the neck but cleverly teased her enviable figure beneath through wide set lace.
Owing to the intricate doily detail, the musician and actress was careful not to overdo the look and kept accessories to a minimum with simple black court shoes.
Zendaya was there to see Quentin Tarantino's latest big screen offering, The Hateful Eight, as it premiered in Los Angeles.
But she wasn't the only actress waiting to see Channing Tatum and Samuel L. Jackson star in the post-Civil War Western.
Because on the night, Zendaya enjoyed a surprise reunion with former Shake It Up co-star Bella Thorne, 18.
Bella was delighted at the chance meeting, taking to Twitter with a picture of the pair that said '#reunited with my boo'
Liked over 50k in its first 20 minutes online, fans of the Disney dance duo would have no doubt been thrilled at the reunion.
Bella, who was decidedly more daring in appearance with her black bra showing and her boots stretched to her high thighs, has previously said that she and her co-star were 'forced to compete' in their former role as best pals CeCe and Rocky.
The acting pair have managed to stay friends, despite Bella's recent revelation about being pitted against each other, when she told j-14: 'Zendaya and I were put in a very unfortunate position where we were kind of forced to compete against each other [during Shake It Up], which made the whole first season of the show just very awkward for us.
'We wanted to love each other, but yet we were constantly being put against each other. It was, "Who's better at this?" and "Who's better at that?"
'And then second season we kind of just had this tell-all talk where we started crying and really just put everything out there on the table, and that's when we became best friends.'
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