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Zoey Deutch Embraces Barbiecore in Hot Pink Jacket With Matching ’60s-Inspired Knee-High Boots

Zoey Deutch served major Barbiecore outfit inspiration while out in New York City on Dec. 8. The “Something From Tiffany’s” star popped in a hot pink Valentino ensemble for the occasion. 

Deutch was chicly dressed in a button-down jacket and matching miniskirt. The top featured a wide collar, a bow at the neck and side slant pockets.

Zoey Deutch, Valentino, Knee-High Boots
Zoey Deutch out in New York City on Dec. 8, 2022.
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Sticking to a monochromatic moment, the 28-year-old entertainer accessorized with a hot pink bucket bag. She also added thin gold hoop earrings and a diamond ring. Deutch parted her hair in the middle and styled it straight. For glam, she went with soft makeup and a glossy neutral pout.

For footwear, Deutch coordinated her wardrobe with Valentino Garavani’s VLogo Jacquard Knee Boots. These retro-inspired knee boots are made from velvety jacquard patterned with the ‘VLogo’ inspired by the house’s archives. Made it Italy, the silhouette features zipper fastening along the side and has a heel height that measures approximately 1.1-inches.

Popularized in the ‘60 go-go era, knee-high boots leave the wearer’s knee exposed, but cover the calves. Often worn with skirts, the style is a wise choice in fall and winter for protecting the leg from the elements while still allowing the wearer to show some leg.

Zoey Deutch, Valentino, Knee-High Boots
Zoey Deutch out in New York City on Dec. 8, 2022.
CREDIT: GC Images

When it comes to shoes, Deutch often wears sleek heels on the red carpet. The “Not Okay” actress can regularly be seen in pointed-toe pumps by Roger Vivier, as well as platform sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti, Stuart Weitzman and Christian Louboutin. When off-duty, she wears Veja, Nike and Converse sneakers, as well as sandals by Prada and Birkenstock. Deutch is also a fashion world fixture, appearing in Fendi’s debut Peekaboo handbag campaign and front rows for brands like Tory Burch, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace and more during Fashion Month.

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