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Eva Longoria showed her support for her legacy by attending the “Latinas En Marcha” event in Miami on Saturday.
The actress took part in the event sponsored by the progressive organization Latina and was joined by other Latin actresses, such as America Ferrera and Jeanine Mason.
Longoria arrived at the annual event wearing a white sleeveless top, the star beating the summer heat as best she could. The high neck top was paired with high waisted black cargo pants with a lightweight, slightly oversized fit.
Longoria is known for her monochromatic looks, especially her workout ensembles with matching sneakers. The “Overboard” star often wears matching pieces like crop tops, sweatshirts and leggings from brands like Alo Yoga, Girlfriend Collective, Athleta and more. The style hack is one of the most popular this year, creating streamlined outfits through pieces in the same colors and prints.
The “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” star wore athletic white sneakers for the event, opting for more comfortable shoes for the day. The trainers are all white, laces included, with a slight lift thanks to the oversized platform-style soles.
Longoria is an avid sneaker collector, the star frequently shares photos and videos of her home workouts on social media in shoes from Nike, New Balance, Asics and more. When not in sneakers, Longoria favors pointed-toe pumps and sleek slip-on sandals from high-end brands such as Christian Louboutin, Victoria Beckham and Gianvito Rossi, among others.
The actress, director and producer has also added “designer” to her CV with a collection of on-trend shoes, made in collaboration with European retailers Eobuwie and Modivo. For more formal occasions, however, Longoria favors pointed-toe pumps and sleek sandals from high-end brands like Christian Louboutin, Victoria Beckham and Gianvito Rossi, among others.
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