Alexandra Daddario was one of the special guests at the Christmas parade celebration in Saks Fifth Avenue, held in New York with some of the biggest stars in hollywood and fashion like Jennifer Lawrence and Rachel Zegler.
The actress of Percy Jackson she arrived at the event showing off her spectacular silhouette and striking beauty dressed in an outfit total black of Diorwith which he left his lingerie.
I use a mesh dress, with a high neck, long sleeves and a tight top, matched with a mesh midi skirt more closed, but just as translucent, in a pencil cut.
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The indiscreet garment exposed a bralette black and one pantyhose high waist, 50s style.
I also wear a black vinyl biker-style jacket, black low-heeled sneakers with laces over the ankles, a saddle bag from Dior and jewelry from the same fashion house.
He showed off his unmatched beauty cwith makeup in light tones, nude lipstick, smoky shadows in purple tone with a cat eye thick, blush pink. The makeup was provided by the French fashion house with which Alexandra has been working as an ambassador.
Her hair imposed trend with strands combed to the side under a wet and straight style.
Alexandra Daddario has been betting on the translucent trend in most of the looks that he has worn during the year, including the MET Gala, red carpets, and fashion events such as store openings and runway shows.
Recently, the celebrity37 years old, collaborated with the magazine InStyle for editing SelfLove and in the talk he talked about the race as actress that he started at the age of 15 and how he has risen in the industry until reaching this moment in his life.
“I never thought: ‘I’ve made it’. Even now, I don’t feel like this is it. I’m good for life now. “I am very, very proud of what I have accomplished and I am grateful, but this is a ladder,” she said.
He added: “You’re always trying to figure it out. When you get to a certain age and you’re still doing it, you say, ‘Well, I’m not going to go back to Marymount now to get my degree and figure out what to do; this is my job’”.