Sydney Sweeney Just Stepped Out In A Plunging Yellow Dress With A Thigh-High Slit
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Sydney Sweeney‘s latest spring look is both sexy and classy at the same time.

The actress, known for her role as Cassie Howard on the now cult-classic Euphoria, wore a stunning yellow Mugler dress for an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The piece featured a plunging sweetheart neckline and thigh-high slit. She paired it with strappy silver heels with front bows.

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Sydney Sweeney Just Stepped Out In A Plunging Yellow Dress With A Thigh-High Slit
Photo: Getty

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Sweeney shared photos of her look—styled by Molly Dickson—on Instagram, writing in the post caption, “Heading to @fallontonight hope I dont get stuck in traffic again 😜 (don’t forget to watch!).”

Sweeney’s Fallon interview came one day after her appearance at the Met Gala. To the event, she wore an ivory minidress by Tory Burch with a built-in corset and long, detachable train.

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“What a dream night! honestly the most fun on a carpet I’ve ever had. thank you @toryburch for my first met and this incredible dress! still can’t believe this entire night was real 🙂 (also sorry for the double post, insta did me dirty and moved all the crops on my pics),” she captioned an Instagram post featuring photos and videos of her on the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s red carpet.

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Though Sweeney has been serving glamorous looks as of late, she spends most of her time either in costume on set or in overalls, working in her vintage car garage. The actress spoke to BAZAAR.com last month about her love for restoring old vehicles and the importance of breaking barriers as a woman in a field run by men.

“I think people just have to not be afraid of putting themselves in a male-dominated environment,” she said. “Like, I know that there’s so much I have to learn, and I think it’s okay to not know everything. You only learn if you are there and you’re putting yourself there, so I think if we just support women and push them to try harder and challenge themselves, we’ll get there.”

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.