AceShowbiz - Suri Cruise is keeping this summer extra vibrant with her youthful look. The famous daughter of former couple Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes has stolen attention yet again with her fresh style during one of her latest outings.
The teen looked lovely in a white linen dress while stepping out in New York City on Thursday, August 4. She cut a casual, yet chic look in the short dress which was adorned with a subtle flower pattern. She teamed the dress with white sneakers as she also carried a white tote bag.
Suri, who is looking more like her actress mother Katie with her brunette hair, let her long locks down and hang on her shoulders as she walked with a female friend, who sported a little black dress and white sneakers while carrying a small black bag. The two girls reportedly headed for a lunch date.
Prior to this outing, Suri was spotted rocking a similar style while stepping out solo on July 20. The 16-year-old braced the summer heat in a simple white sundress teamed with bright blue Converse sneakers during the morning walk.
The dress was accessorized with four buttons on the bust that were sewn into the ribbed fabric. The dress then flared out below the chest and reached her mid-thighs. The sundress featured pockets and tank top-style straps.
Suri's straight brown hair naturally flowed down the sides of her face and back. She finished the look with a silver necklace and a white lightning bolt charm. She was clutching her phone while strolling the streets of the Big Apple.
Later in the same month, her mother Katie gushed about her talented daughter. In an interview with Yahoo Entertainment, she talked about Suri singing a cover of "Blue Moon" that is featured in the actress/director's latest movie "Alone Together".
"I always want the highest level of talent," the "Dawson's Creek" alum said of her daughter's singing debut, "So I asked her!" She went on sharing about Suri's involvement in the movie, "She's very, very talented. She said she would do it and she recorded it, and I let her do her thing. That's the way I direct in general: It's like, 'This is what I think we all want - go do your thing.' "