Zendaya always wows us with her style, whether she's in a gown on a red carpet or sneakers walking down the street, so when she paid a visit to Good Morning America on Tuesday, it was no different. The actress and singer was practically tickled pink in a pastel Dundas suit, and she couldn't have looked any chicer if she tried.
She wore the blush tuxedo jacket over a black tank and matching pants with her hair styled in a casual half-up-half-down ponytail.
She paired the look with a white set of Casadei pumps (similar here). Zendaya swung by the show to talk about the documentary Without a Net: The Digital Divide in America, which explores the gap in access between American students when it comes to technology.
The documentary is produced by Verizon and directed by Academy Award nominee Rory Kennedy, who is also the youngest child of the late U.S. senator Robert Kennedy. Zendaya spoke about the importance of bridging the technology gap between different schools.
"I grew up in a classroom and grew up really understanding the value of technology," she said. "I think every young person should have access to the same amount of opportunities and futures. You would think that that's just the way that it should be."
We're with you there, Zendaya.