The High School Musical starlet was seen clad in a daringly over-sized boyfriend blazer that flashed a peek of her toned pins as she stepped out in Paris on Wednesday.
She glammed up the very minimal look with a simple chain necklace, and teamed her bold coat with a multicoloured top worn just beneath.
The Gimme Shelter star gave her pins a slight lift in height with a pair of nude high heels, which also flashed her deep red pedicure. Her ruby-hued tresses added a dash of colour to her ensemble.
Polishing off her look was a coat of shimmering rose blush, and a touch of golden eyeshadow to highlight her almond eyes.
With hair that bright, Vanessa Hudgens outfit doesn’t need to make a statement. The 25-year-old actress was seen in an all black ensemble while out and about in New York City on Tuesday with boyfriend Austin Butler.
Vanessa channeled her dark side by wearing a black coat, trousers, leather boots and scarf on the outing. Vanessa accesorised the look with a pair of circular, retro-styled shades.
Her beau Austin looked hip wearing a green leather biker jacket, skinny black jeans and Vans high-top sneakers. He finished off the look with a black bowler cap atop his head and a navy bandanna wrapped around his neck.
Earlier in the day, the couple arrived at their hotel in New York where Vanessa showed she was no diva as she lugged her bags into the hotel before checking in.
Vanessa Hudgens is thanking heaven that she’s landed the titular role in the Broadway-bound Gigi. “I’m stoked,” she revealed at a recent Global Green USA event. “I love the play so much! I love Gigi—she’s so adorable. She’s so much fun.”
The High School Musical star is set to begin performances in the tuner’s pre-Broadway engagement at the Kennedy Center opposite Howard McGillin and Corey Cott on January 16, 2015. Although Hudgens admitted “I’m terrified,” she’s remaining positive: “Do the things that scare you, though!”
Directed by Eric Schaeffer, the re-imagined new production is written by Heidi Thomas. Based on the 1944 novel by Colette, Gigi was first adapted for the Broadway stage in 1951 by Anita Loos, with an unknown Audrey Hepburn in the title role. Subsequently Alan Jay Lerner (screenplay and lyrics) and Frederick Loewe (music) adapted the material for the 1958 Oscar-winning movie musical. In 1973, the tuner played 103 performances on Broadway, earning a Tony Award for Best Original Score. Gigi features the memorable tunes “Thank Heaven For Little Girls,” “I Remember It Well,” “The Night They Invented Champagne,” “It’s a Bore,” “Say a Prayer for Me Tonight” and more.