Jenna Ortega Perfects Casual Summer Look With Sheer Black Top, Bralette and Shorts

The actress shared a few snapshots from home in Coachella Valley, Calif.
Jenna Ortega

Jenna Ortega.


Jenna Ortega always looks put together, whether she’s at a red carpet event or showing off her everyday street style.

The 20-year-old actress, who is a global ambassador for Adidas Sportswear, shared the ideal breezy summer outfit on Instagram on April 17. The Wednesday star donned a black bralette underneath a sheer black top with gold star accents. She wore fringed jean shorts on her lower half, as well as black socks and a pair of Adidas athletic shoes.

Ortega accessorized with a bandana around her neck, several bracelets and round sunglasses. Her dark locks were pulled back away from her face, while her curtain bangs framed her face.

“home ❤️! #createdwithadidas #adidassportswear,” the Coachella Valley, Calif., native wrote in her caption.

Ortega posed while sitting on green grass in both images and tagged adidasLA, adidas and adidas Women in the first snap.

“you’re so iconic,” one fan wrote in the comments section.

“Cutie 🥧,” Sofia Franklyn gushed.

“she’s an icon, she’s a legend and SHE IS THE MOMENT,” another person added.

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