Ashley Greene appeared to be in cloud nine while off to make an appearance on the Live! with Kelly and Michael show in New York City on Thursday. The actress, who is currently promoting her role in the TV series, Rogue, wore a pastel blue ensemble that flattered her gorgeous tan. It was nothing like her usual body-hugging style, but she pulled off the outfit, nonetheless.

Ashley’s beauty look was also as simple as her attire, as she opted for natural-looking makeup and a casual ponytail for the day. But whatever flair she lacked in the wardrobe department, she more than made up for it in her choice of footwear. Capping off the getup were striking striped stilettos that you can spot from a mile away.



32F0FD3200000578-3529087-image-a-18_1460067093805Ashley Greene makes an appearance on Live! With Kelly and Michael in New York City on April 7, 2016

How do you like Ashley’s outfit? Do you approve of the crop top and wide leg silhouette?

I think she looks great. And I love how she teamed the matching separates with striped black-and-white pumps. The shoes injected a much-needed dose of flair into the attire.

Would you wear her outfit? I don’t see any reason why you shouldn’t give it a try.

I don’t have the details on Ashley’s leather-like ensemble yet, but what I can tell you is that her pumps are the “Susi” from Salvatore Ferragamo. Here’s a closer look at the pair. Contrary to what you may think, they are not crafted from printed leather. Instead, they feature vertical leather cutouts stitched on top of a black leather base to create the striped effect. The shoes also feature black 4-inch-tall heels for added contrast:


NMX2VE6_azSalvatore Ferragamo Susi Striped Point-Toe Pumps, $825

Like what you see?

You can grab the Susi over at Neiman Marcus if interested. For the frugal fashionistas, steal Ashley’s style with these striped pumps from Express instead. These sexy d’Orsays retail at an affordable $41, so you really can’t go wrong with them.

new_95_031_2075_041_aExpress Black and White Striped D’Orsay Pumps, $41 (was $61)

$ 825