We’ve Never Seen Zoe Saldana Wear Something THIS Low-Cut Before—This Dress Shows Everything!

April 24, 2019 by Jayla Andrulonis
shefinds | Celebrity

Zoe Saldana channeled some serious #BossBabe energy in a recent shoot with Who What Wear, where the actress spoke candidly about the need for diverse representation in Hollywood. With 20 years in the industry under her belt, Saldana has certainly carved out her spot in the stars, and we’re not just talking about her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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Saldana also spoke about BESE, a digital news platform that seeks to elevate Latino voices and stories often missing from mainstream media, which she founded last year and serves as CEO and Editor-in-Chief. “BESE was conceived from wanting to tell stories of American faces that go blatantly omitted every day from the mainstream narrative,” Saldana shared with Who What Wear.

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Just because Saldana was talking business, doesn’t mean that she was afraid to show a little skin during the shoot. This menswear-inspired, plunging blazer by Bottega Veneta was the perfect piece to showcase her confident aura. Saldana looked stunning and effortless as she rocked the contrast of a traditional menswear shape, with an unexpected and sexy twist.

Steal some of Zoe’s #BossBabe confidence by rocking one of these warm-toned blazers this spring:

Asos Design Gutsy Linen Relaxed Blazer ($79)

Express Oversized Tailored Knit Blazer ($52.80, down from $88)

Tobi Joa Sienna Mauve Boyfriend Blazer ($94)

TREASURE & BOND Double Breasted Blazer ($99)

Prettylittlething Belted Camel Blazer ($62)

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Jayla is a SheFinds editorial contributor with an enthusiasm for covering the latest news in the intersecting worlds of style, beauty, and wellness. She holds strong in her belief that leopard print is actually a neutral, and can most often be found with a coffee in hand. You can reach her at [email protected]

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