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When it comes to fashion, Zendaya can do no wrong. I mean, there's a reason why she's the youngest person ever to win the CFDA Icon Award. And in her latest style lesson to the public, the actress proved that business dressing doesn't have to be boring.

On Friday, Zendaya put her own stamp on the two-piece suit, wearing a Barbie pink double-breasted blazer with nothing underneath and a pair of coordinating trousers while en route to Sirius XM's Town Hall. The Alexander McQueen hot pink set was appropriate for a professional setting, but its bold color meant it didn't take itself too seriously. Zendaya accessorized with towering Christian Louboutin stilettos and a black face mask to match.

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Her hair was styled straight and tucked behind her ears to show off her oversized silver hoop earrings.

For her appearance on the radio show, Zendaya was joined by her boyfriend and Spider-Man co-star Tom Holland, and during their chat, the couple addressed their noticeable height difference (again) and people's reaction to it. "My mom is taller than my dad. My mom is taller than everyone," Zendaya said. "I honestly never thought of it as a thing. Because my parents were always that way. So I didn't know that people cared until life, you know, but before that I had, no, I have no construct of it."

Holland chimed in, "I remember when we were doing the Spider-Man screen tests…every girl that we tested for both roles was taller than me. To be fair, I am quite short. But yeah, so maybe that was a decision [director] Jon Watts made and something he was aware of and wanted to break the stereotype. I think it's great."