Zoey Deutch made an exit from her NYC hotel on Monday looking angelic as ever.
The actress wore a white dress designed by Ulla Johnson, making the best of the regency core trend. The piece featured a lace-collar, long sleeves, a button-up tuxedo-style bodice, and a tie-waist band. The dress hit right above the ankle to allow for some much-needed summer breeze.
Deutch accessorized with a white handbag and large statement earrings. For footwear, she chose larger-than-life, open-toed platform sandals. The platformed construction helps compensate for the height of the heel, allowing for more height while minimizing discomfort. In fact, if comfort is a concern, some experts recommend that you maintain a heel hight of no more than 3 inches by subtracting the height of the platform from the heel. For instance, if you’re wearing a 3.75-inch heel, the platform should be .75 inches.
Deutch also loves a good platform sandal, as evidenced by another recent outing. A good chunky heel is great for comfort, and the open-toe silhouette leaves room for the feet to breathe.
It’s no secret that Deutch is a fan of an all-white look. She was seen in an all-white maxi dress at a Saks Fifth Avenue pop-up party just last month.
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