Zoë Kravitz Turned a Standard White Button-Down Into a Tie-Front Crop Top
Zoë Kravitz put a late-night spin on everyone's favorite work shirt. While hosting Saturday Night Live yesterday, the actress wore a white button-down that wasn't so standard, thanks to a few, sexy styling tricks.
For her opening monologue, Zoë hit the stage wearing a semi-sheer white dress shirt, and tied the bottom hem together in the front, turning it into a full-on crop top. She left the shirt unbuttoned, cuffed the sleeves, and wore it over a black bra. Keeping with the workwear theme, Zoë paired the button-down with tailored black trousers and matching pumps. Sculptural gold earrings and rings, as well as a high braided ponytail with two face-framing tendrils completed her after-hours look.
Earlier this week, Zoë teased her SNL debut in another stellar yet super simple outfit. In the promo teaser, Zoë wore a super skinny spaghetti strap tank and paired the slinky black top with matching high-waisted pants that were cinched with a large-buckle belt, proving that basics don't have to be boring.
Meanwhile, during last night's episode, Zoë, who is Catwoman in the new Batman movie, was interrupted more than once by multiple catwomen onstage, including a latex-clad Kate McKinnon, the 1960s TV version played by Eartha Kitt (Ego Nwodim), a "cat lady" dressed in a Garfield shirt (Aidy Bryant), and stand-up comic Katt Williams (Chris Redd). "Well, thank you. It's great to have some fellow Catwoman support," she said after meeting her fellow cat women. "OK, wow. I was really not expecting to meet so many cat people. Not that I don't love it, but maybe that's enough."
The cat antics continued, and in a new "Please Don't Destroy" video, the cast is hoping to surprise Kravitz by gifting her a kitten. "We thought it would be funny to get Catwoman a woman cat!" the guys in the office said during the sketch, before they lost the animal and pure and total chaos ensued.