Vanessa Hudgens stuns in pair of chic looks during New York City outing

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Vanessa Hudgens is taking New York City in opulent style.

The actress, 32, sported two stunning looks in one day while promoting her Netflix film, “Tick, Tick … Boom!” On Wednesday, she was photographed in Midtown Manhattan wearing a pair of chic ensembles that came complete with a Valentino overcoat that doubled as a flowing cape.

For her first outfit, Hudgens, who is dating Pittsburgh Pirates star Tucker, 25, stepped out in a black-and-white look from the Carolina Herrera Spring 2022 collection.

The monochromatic set featured a two-piece design with a bustier-style top and a high-waist midi skirt that fell just above her ankles. She completed the look with black stilettos.

Vanessa Hudgens seen in Manhattan sporting a Valentino overcoat and black-and-white look from the Carolina Herrera Spring 2022 collection.
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In the “High School Musical” alum’s second display, Hudgens added a pop of color, this time drawing inspiration from Elle Woods, the fashionable sorority queen immortalized by Reese Witherspoon in “Legally Blonde.”

Hudgens hit the street in a bright pink quilted dress that featured gold-button accents and a pink belt at the waist.

Vanessa Hudgens switched up her look on Wednesday but kept the coat as a cape.
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She coupled the look with sheer black leggings and black pumps and the same black overcoat serving as a Batman-style cape.

She extended a shoutout to the doorman at the Ritz-Carlton in an Instagram snap of herself heading to a morning show interview with “The View.”

Vanessa Hudgens is seen in Midtown Manhattan on Tuesday in an equally stunning look.
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“Put me on a bike in a room with loud music, and I’m happy,” she told Women’s Health in 2017. “It’s like dancing without the stress of worrying if you look good.”

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