Angelina Jolie Braves the Heat in a White Sundress

Angelina Jolie exuded ease as she navigated New York City’s heat wave in style this weekend.

An actor, director, producer, philanthropist, and entrepreneur, Jolie is also a regular presence on best-dressed lists everywhere, and her latest look—composed of easy but luxurious basics—proves why.

The core of the ensemble was a breezy white maxi dress with super-thin spaghetti straps. The airy piece fell to Jolie’s ankles and flowed as she walked. The Maleficent star styled the dress with classic accessories: a spacious brown leather tote with golden hardware, chunky gold hoop earrings, and oversize black shades with light lenses. She had her hair pulled back in a casually messy bun and wore minimal makeup and a blood-red manicure.

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Unexpectedly, Jolie finished the daytime look with a pair of black suede heeled ankle boots—an interesting choice for the 100-degree weather, but we wouldn’t dare question the Queen of the Moors.

Jolie wore the summery ensemble for a relaxed shopping day in the city Saturday with daughter Vivienne, 15. The teen kept it casual in a long beige T-shirt, baggy light-wash jeans, black Converse sneakers, and a black backpack. She was joined by some girlfriends in coordinating white outfits.

Jolie and Vivienne recently attended the Tony Awards together, and even won a Tony for Best Musical for their Broadway production of The Outsiders, based on S.E. Hinton’s classic 1967 coming-of-age novel of the same name. (The show earned 12 Tony nominations.) The mother and daughter coordinated in elegant teal looks for the big night.

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