Celebrity Zoe Kravitz Zoë Kravitz Turned a Standard White Button-Down Into a Tie-Front Crop Top She put a sexy spin on the classic shirt during her SNL opening monologue. By Alicia Brunker Alicia Brunker Instagram Alicia Brunker is a freelance writer who covers celebrity, royal, and fashion news for InStyle.com. She joined InStyle's digital team in 2017, and previously contributed to ELLE, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and WWD. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on March 13, 2022 @ 11:11AM Pin Share Tweet Email Photo: YouTube 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. Zoë Kravitz Wore a '90s Staple While Joking About a Double Date With SNL Cast Members 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.