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Zendaya Coleman commanded the red carpet at the 2013 American Music Awards on Sunday evening at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live in Los Angeles, California.

The Disney starlet put her own spin on an all-white look from Donna Karan’s Resort 2014 collection, edging up the long and languid, one-shoulder tunic top and white pants with a number of extensions—literally. Let us count the ways.

First she loaded on the silver bangles, along with a serpent arm bracelet, and a few door-knocker cocktail rings for good measure. A Swarovski clutch added even more sparkle.

Then, she strapped on an incarnation of the so-called stripper heels with a towering, silver pair. But the real accessory were her mega-long, board-straight locks that had Rapunzel written all of them.

She’s young; this is fun; and she can get away with it—for now. So why not. Do you agree?

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Zendaya Coleman in Chloé - 'Black Nativity' New York Premiere

Zendaya Coleman attended the ‘Black Nativity’ premiere at the Apollo Theater in New York City yesterday evening.

While I was fan of her last look, this one doesn’t quite do it for me.

She wore a black, sleeveless turtleneck crop top with a white polka-dot tulle skirt from Chloé Fall 2013, which she styled with a Veinarde biker jacket and turquoise Christian Louboutin ‘So Kate’ patent pumps.

As you may remember, this skirt has been previously worn by both Olivia Palermo and Zhang Ziyi, and not with much positive review.

On Zendaya, it seems like the styling was supposed to be a play on sweet versus tough, but it comes off as a bit too contrived and clunky instead. Perhaps a shorter jacket length and sandal would have lent some lightness to the look.

What do you think — did she wear this Chloé skirt better than Olivia Palermo and Zhang Ziyi, or should this article of clothing be retired once and for all?

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Zendaya Coleman In DKNY - Instagram

Yesterday morning Zendaya Coleman posted a picture on her Instagram which she titled, ‘Morning Fierceness’, and I have to agree.

There is nothing more beautiful than bright yellow and black for an awesomely striking colour combination, and she works it to perfection here.

Her DKNY yellow button-down, front-pocket blouse was styled with DKNY wide-leg black pants with a yellow tuxedo stripe.

This look would certain wipe the sleep from your eyes, and for added fierceness she styled the look with a sleek ponytail and Christian Louboutin ‘Decollette 554′ pumps.

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Zendaya Coleman In Kenzo - BET 106 & Park Live

Zendaya Coleman paid a visit 106 & Park at 106 & Park in New York City on Tuesday.

I wasn’t a fan of her last outing, but I’m a fan of all the fun elements of her look on this occasion.

She wore a Kenzo embroidered sweater and brocade skirt both featuring the ‘lotus-eye’ which is their signature for Fall to which she added a vibrant pop of colour via her Christian Louboutin ‘Drapesse’ peep-toes and a selection of silver jewels.

Do you like Zendaya new edgier style or did you prefer her girlie girl looks?

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Zendaya Coleman In Etro - Planet Hollywood

Zendaya Coleman attended an event to celebrate her CD and book release held at Planet Hollywood Times Square in New York City yesterday evening.

Opting for a bold look, she wore an Etro graphic Southwestern-print poplin shirt and pants. While I admire her for working both the top and pants, I would’ve preferred either/or, as together there is just too much going on.

Even though the shoe-loving teen opted not to further complicate the outfit, wearing simple black pumps and neutral makeup, I still can’t get on board with this look.

You can buy Zendaya’s Etro Printed Shirt from Saks.com.

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