Zendaya Just Styled Your Fave Going-Out Top in the Least-Cliché Way Possible

If there’s one thing you can count on this time of year, it’s seeing all kinds of glittery, metallic, and sequined outfits at holiday parties. If you love a shiny fashion moment but want to stand out from the crowd a bit, just look to Zendaya for inspiration. Photographed en route to a taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday, Zendaya paired a gold tank top with a shredded white suit by Balmain. 

A baggy white pantsuit is definitely not the first thing I’d think to pair with a metallic going-out top, but as always, Zendaya pulled it off with aplomb. The deconstructed look of her suit was just so cool and anything but basic. Scroll down to see how she styled a shiny tank and shop the party staple for yourself. 

On Zendaya: Balmain top and pants; Bvlgari earrings; Christian Louboutin heels

Zara always gets it right. 

This is perfect for New Year’s Eve. 

This can be easily dressed up or down with the right accessories. 

Gotta love this $18 price tag. 

I love everything about this look. 

I’d wear this top with some sparkly fringe earrings. 

This would look so great layered under a posh blazer. 

This starry top is my favorite piece from the new Dundas x Revolve collab. 

I love the mixed-material styling here. 

In case you want to show some skin. 

Pretty in pink. 

This beautiful crystal trim is worth zooming in on. 

This is as comfy as a T-shirt but party-ready thanks to the sequins. 

So many sparkly tops, so little time. 

Next, Jennifer Aniston and J.Lo both wore the denim trend I’m replacing skinnies with

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