Krysten Ritter’s Height: Towering Over Breaking Bad and Beyond

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Measuring 5ft 9 ¼ (175.9 cm), Krysten Alyce Ritter is much taller than the average American woman.

She wears a shoe size 10 (US), which typically converts to a size 40 in Europe (EU), a size 8 in the United Kingdom (UK), a size 9.5 in Australia (AU), and a size 25.5 centimeters (cm) in Japan (JP).

Krysten Ritter in a straw hat styled with a tee and a skirt in Los AngelesKrysten Ritter in a straw hat styled with a tee and a skirt in Los Angeles on June 13, 2022 (Credit: BauerGriffin / INSTARimages)

Ritter’s Perspective on Her Height

“A LOT! I’m 5’9″ barefoot,” she told Mars Investigations when asked how much taller she is than Kristen Bell.

“Which isn’t THAT tall…is it? I’m not a big scary beast or anything,” she added.

In 2017, she also discussed her height in an interview with Racked.

When I get dolled up, I’m rocking a heel for sure — and I’m 5’10”! I don’t typically do a platform; I like a good, skinny stiletto that’s not too high. Because if I get too tall, I kind of get Tall Girl Syndrome and start to slouch. As weird as it sounds, I’m more of an introvert, so when I get too tall I feel like, ahhh, everyone’s looking at me!

Krysten Ritter in a black Alice + Olivia floor-length one-shoulder gown at the MOCA Gala 2022Krysten Ritter in a black Alice + Olivia floor-length one-shoulder gown at the MOCA Gala 2022 at The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA on June 4, 2022, in Los Angeles, California (Credit: BauerGriffin / INSTARimages / Cover Images)

Public Perception and Real-Life Experiences

According to an interview with Playboy published in 2012, Ritter is even taller in real life than she appears on TV.

A lot of people think I’m going to be shorter when they meet me. When I was starting out, I would get called in for auditions off of my tape. When I’d show up in person, they’d be like, “Oh my God, you’re much taller than we thought.” They think it’s because I’m petite. It reads as a normal-size person. I mean, I think I’m normal size, but everyone is always like, “Oh my God, you’re so tall. What are you, six feet?” I’m five-foot-nine. Relax, everyone. All the other actresses are so little that they get to wear heels. I can’t wear heels on set because the set is too small. If they put me in heels, you’d be able to see lighting in the shot. When I met my boyfriend he knew me only from watching me on Breaking Bad. I was wearing heels when I met him, and he was like, “Oh, wow. You’re really tall.” We have a thing: If we’re going to a party for me, I can wear big heels. And if we’re going to a party for him, I wear the small heels.

Krysten Ritter with her son Bruce Julian Knight Granofsky in Los AngelesKrysten Ritter with her son Bruce Julian Knight Granofsky in Los Angeles on July 29, 2022 (Credit: BauerGriffin / INSTARimages / Cover Images)

Ritter’s Career Highlights

Best known for her performances in television series, including Veronica Mars (2005-2006), Gilmore Girls (2006-2007), Breaking Bad (2009-2010), The Blacklist (2014), Jessica Jones (2015-2019), and The Defenders (2017), the American actress has also appeared in films such as What Happens in Vegas (2008), Confessions of a Shopaholic (2009), She’s Out of My League (2010), Veronica Mars (2014), Big Eyes (2014), and The Hero (2017).

Actress Krysten Ritter shows off her feet in black Jimmy Choo high heels at HBO's Actress Krysten Ritter shows off her feet in black Jimmy Choo high heels at HBO’s “True Blood” Season 5 Los Angeles premiere at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome on May 30, 2012, in Hollywood, California (Credit: Carrie Nelson / Shutterstock)

Ritter’s Net Worth and Personal Style

Krysten Ritter, an American actress, musician, writer, director, producer, and former model, boasts a net worth of $8 million as of 2024.

Actress Krysten Ritter shows off her sexy feet in high heel sandals at Variety and Women in Film Pre-EMMY EventActress Krysten Ritter shows off her sexy feet in high heel sandals at Variety and Women in Film Pre-EMMY Event presented by Saint Vintage at Scarpetta Beverly Hills on September 21, 2012, in Beverly Hills, California (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock)

Krysten Ritter: Facts, Rumors, and Everything in Between

Is Krysten Ritter rich?Yes, she is an American actress, musician, writer, director, producer, and former model with an estimated net worth of $8 million as of 2024.
Full Name:Krysten Alyce Ritter
Born:December 16, 1981, in Bloomsburg, a town in Columbia County, Pennsylvania, United States.
Dating:She started dating American guitarist/singer Adam Granofsky, better known under his stage name Adam Granduciel, in August 2014.

Ritter dated actor Brian Geraghty from 2011 to 2013. They met on the set of the film the 2012 American drama film Refuge.

She dated actor Ivan Sergei from 2009 to 2010. They met on the set of the American comedy-drama television series Gravity.
Kids:Krysten Ritter has a son named Bruce Julian Knight Granofsky. He was born on July 29, 2019, to Ritter and her boyfriend, musician Adam Granduciel.
Weight:Krysten Alyce Ritter is rumored to weigh around 130 lbs (59 kg).
Shoe Size:Krysten Alyce Ritter wears a US size 10 shoe. This size is equivalent to a European (EU) size 40, a UK size 8, an Australian (AU) size 9.5, and a Japanese (JP) size of 25.5 centimeters.
Is Krysten Ritter short?No, Krysten Ritter's height of 5 feet 9 ¼ inches (175.9 cm) is actually above the average height for American women.

The average height for adult women in the United States is around 5 feet 4 inches (162.5 cm). Therefore, she is taller than the average American woman.
Nationality:Krysten Alyce Ritter is a citizen of the United States.
Source of Wealth:She has earned her wealth through her successful career as an actress, model, and producer.

Krysten Ritter is best known for her roles as Jessica Jones in the Netflix series of the same name, Jane Margolis in the AMC series Breaking Bad, and Chloe in the television sitcom Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23. She has also starred in films such as She's Out of My League, What Happens in Vegas, and Big Eyes.
What ethnicity is Krysten Ritter?Krysten Ritter is of German, English, and Scottish descent.
Are John Ritter and Krysten Ritter related?No, she's not related to American actor Johnathan Southworth Ritter, who died from an aortic dissection on September 11, 2003.
How old was Krysten Ritter in Breaking Bad?She was 27 years old when she made her debut as Jesse's girlfriend/landlord Jane Margolis in Breaking Bad.

Krysten Ritter’s Quotes

“I’m currently single, so I want to have fun!” – Krysten Ritter

“As for what guys need to do to date out of their league, it’s all about the swagger. If you have confidence, you can get pretty much any girl.” – Krysten Ritter

Krysten Ritter stands at a height of 5 feet 9 ¼ inches (175.9 cm), while Rachael Taylor is slightly shorter at 5 feet 7 ¾ inches (172.1 cm), making Krysten Ritter about 1.5 inches (3.8 cm) taller than Rachael TaylorKrysten Ritter stands at a height of 5 feet 9 ¼ inches (175.9 cm), while Rachael Taylor is slightly shorter at 5 feet 7 ¾ inches (172.1 cm), making Krysten Ritter about 1.5 inches (3.8 cm) taller than Rachael Taylor (Credit: Lev Radin / Shutterstock)

“I’m not conventional. I try to be raw and vulnerable and gross.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m a weirdo. I don’t leave the house unless I have to.” – Krysten Ritter

“I used Vamps as a casting couch! I pretty much did, because I was casting ‘L!fe Happens’ while I was on the set of Vamps, and anybody I had ever worked with, I asked to be in this movie.” – Krysten Ritter

Krysten Ritter returned to the red carpet in a vintage-inspired Saint Laurent Spring 2016 black sheer lurex floral high-split dress at the 9th annual Hollywood Beauty Awards on March 3, 2024, in Los Angeles, CaliforniaKrysten Ritter returned to the red carpet in a vintage-inspired Saint Laurent Spring 2016 black sheer lurex floral high-split dress at the 9th annual Hollywood Beauty Awards on March 3, 2024, in Los Angeles, California (Credit: Jennifer Bloc / Future Image / Cover Images)

“When I go home to Pennsylvania, my cousins who live in small towns and are twenty-three with kids are like ‘Krysten, when are you getting married?’ ‘When are you having a kid?’ Honestly, those aren’t the most important things to me right now.” – Krysten Ritter

“When I was 15, I was scouted at the mall by Elite Model Management. I started to go to New York on the bus in high school, which was about four hours door-to-door from my hometown, until I moved to New York and lived in models’ apartments all over.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m the only person in the entire world who has never seen ‘Dawson’s Creek.'” – Krysten Ritter

“I’ve always lived out of a suitcase. I was in a new city every three months. When I was a model, I traveled the world, and as an actor, you’re traveling from movie set to movie set. So I’ve never been in one place long enough for anything super-bad to happen.” – Krysten Ritter

“I understand the feelings of being the outcast and the loner.” – Krysten Ritter

“If someone says, ‘I love ‘Jessica Jones!” I just say, ‘Thanks, I love you back!'” – Krysten Ritter

“Different is good. Different is great!” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m a lanky girl, naturally.” – Krysten Ritter

“If you see a dog in a hot car, and you think that he’s in danger or that he’s been there for a while, it’s good to speak up… Go into whatever businesses it’s parked outside of, and just raise awareness about it.” – Krysten Ritter

“My favorite face wash is Aveeno Foaming Face Wash, and I get it at CVS or Rite Aid. It’s the best. It gets off makeup, but it’s not drying, and you feel clean.” – Krysten Ritter

“My first audition was for a Dr. Pepper commercial.” – Krysten Ritter

“I thought that our first New York Comic Con for ‘Jessica Jones’ was epic because we had a pretty major reaction from the crowd after showing our first episode!” – Krysten Ritter

“Everybody has that: everybody knows what it’s like to go home and then regress and not be running from something, not like who you were when you were home. I think everybody relates to that.” – Krysten Ritter

“Marvel has, like, 9,000 characters. They could do a horror movie tomorrow and call it Marvel. They can do anything.” – Krysten Ritter

“The thing about Netflix is that you get more minutes in your episode because there are no commercial breaks. You have time to let things breathe and be quiet. You get to see an entire scene play out instead of just jumping halfway in.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m having a great time. I get to travel and see the world. And yeah, I’ll have a family, because I don’t want to miss out on that amazing experience, but it’s not defining who I am.” – Krysten Ritter

“I try to put a positive spin on things.” – Krysten Ritter

“I was totally picked on, but look at me now! I was definitely picked on by boys and girls. I was really lanky and skinny and the boys would say, ‘Turn sideways and stick out your tongue, you look like a zipper.'” – Krysten Ritter

“I’ve watched ‘Clueless’ as many times as humanly possible. Like, I would run home from school to watch it. Like, I can quote it backwards.” – Krysten Ritter

“I have a new little stray dog that I’ve had for about a month now. His name is Mikey Mohawk – he’s this little terrier with a natural Mohawk. My friend found him hit by a car on Pico Boulevard.” – Krysten Ritter

“I started studying acting, got commercials, and here we are 100 years later. I’m acting and writing and I have a pool and a dog.” – Krysten Ritter

“My parents actually wanted me to join the service.” – Krysten Ritter

“I don’t normally do shoots in bikinis – I’m just not that kind of girl. But for ‘Maxim’ I was like, ‘Bring it on!’ I wanted to wear the higher heels and the skimpier bathing suit. I figured I’d go for it!” – Krysten Ritter

“I encourage girls to lean in, use your brain, get in there, get in the conversation.” – Krysten Ritter

“After I’ve knitted for a while, I feel like I just woke up from a nap. And what’s awesome is that then you have a product! You have something you made with your hands!” – Krysten Ritter

“I never imagined myself playing a superhero because I don’t see myself the way superheroes have been portrayed or shown to me my entire life.” – Krysten Ritter

“If I’m not working, I don’t even put makeup on.” – Krysten Ritter

“Besides boutiques, I love H&M. Affordable and adorable.” – Krysten Ritter

“‘Bonfire’ was kicking around for a very long time. It was an idea I wanted to explore for a television show. Then I was given this weird gift of time when ‘Jessica Jones’ finished season one. I got really organized and just kind of banged it out, but it took a long time. It took two years to even have a first draft.” – Krysten Ritter

“It’s exciting to originate Jessica Jones. There’s obviously more freedom in that versus playing a well-known character.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m an actress, and I write, and I produce stuff. I have a guitar, and I have my knitting stuff. I have a lot of things going on; I love to not ever put all my energy into one thing fully.” – Krysten Ritter

“We all know what it feels like to be an outcast or a loner or to fall between the cracks. To be the target of gossip or people talking about you, or girls are ganging up on you. One minute, they’re your best friend; the next, they call you on three-way.” – Krysten Ritter

“I didn’t want to play the wife of some guy my dad’s age.” – Krysten Ritter

“Thematically, I like playing with the ideas of stuff that you try to bury, and you think will go away, but instead you carry it with you until it becomes crippling. And sometimes you have to look back and deal with some stuff in order to truly move forward.” – Krysten Ritter

“Every day, you try something new. So I just try to keep myself healthy physically and nutritionally.” – Krysten Ritter

“I kept telling people, ‘I really want to do something like ‘Breaking Bad,” and then people would remind me, ‘Krysten, you were on ‘Breaking Bad!”” – Krysten Ritter

“I think it’s important to be flexible and free, and you can’t be free and spontaneous if you don’t know what you’re doing.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’ve been bouncing around from comedy to drama and TV and film.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m sort of missing that part of my brain where I look at anything as a challenge. I always have.” – Krysten Ritter

“What I’m doing is making sure that I have a balance, and that allows me, I think, to be a better actor and to more easily and quickly access all of the emotions on the scale. I make sure that I read a book on the weekend or read something or do my knitting or do the things that I need to do for myself, like ‘Game of Thrones.’ Get that balance.” – Krysten Ritter

“I didn’t know how to throw a punch – why would I? Who knows how to throw a punch? Now I do it all the time, and it makes me feel strong.” – Krysten Ritter

“Sometimes, as an actor – and I’ve witnessed this with other actors that I’ve worked with – you don’t realize that it’s not all about the actor.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m a total girl’s girl.” – Krysten Ritter

“Whatever headspace you need to live in for your character is sort of where you stay in between scenes.” – Krysten Ritter

“I think that the more comfortable and the more you rehearse – granted, I don’t like to take the air out of a tire; there is a fine line – but I think the freer you are with your dialogue, for example, the more open you are to a good idea walking up to you.” – Krysten Ritter

“A lot of actresses start out modeling because it’s a great way to sort of get your foot in the door. That’s all it is, though. They open the door, and you have to walk through it.” – Krysten Ritter

“‘Daredevil’s a great show; I feel like ‘Jessica Jones’ is a great show, and I feel like they really are tapping into something.” – Krysten Ritter

“When I’m breaking in a character like Jessica Jones, I have this amazing opportunity to create her backstory. It’s all of the work that happens before I’m ever on camera… Writing ‘Bonfire’ was like doing all of that fun stuff; it was like 300 pages of prep work.” – Krysten Ritter

“When I moved back to New York, I saw a lot of girls knitting on the subway, and it had a bit of a comeback.” – Krysten Ritter

“For solace, I love a book that opens up my perspective.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m definitely scared by commitment.” – Krysten Ritter

“Marvel and Netflix have proven they know what they’re doing.” – Krysten Ritter

“The more messy women that we put on screen, that we put in books, the more women can feel represented and seen, then they can access their own stuff, feel it’s okay, and then have the strength to speak out about things like we’re talking about. About rising up.” – Krysten Ritter

“I live in Los Angeles, mostly, and have a lot of girlfriends and a full life out here.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m a creative person. I love to write, I love to act, I love to perform, I love to create things with my hands, so I do all of these things that are kind of like hobbies in a way. They’re things that I love, so it’s not like a work-life balance; it’s just a work-life marriage.” – Krysten Ritter

“For me, rehearsal is very important, and I spend a lot of time doing it. Also, I work with my acting teacher for hours and hours before walking onto any set.” – Krysten Ritter

“I believe in women having a voice, being empowered, speaking up, and having ideas.” – Krysten Ritter

“The most rewarding thing is having a job that you love. It’s not a luxury that everyone in this world enjoys.” – Krysten Ritter

“With ‘Jessica Jones,’ I’m in almost every frame of the show.” – Krysten Ritter

“It’s really hard to sell a script, and it’s even harder to get a movie made. It just almost never happens.” – Krysten Ritter

“I feel really fortunate that I’ve been given a lot of roles that were very different from each other. For me, variety is the key. I don’t want to play the same thing over and over again.” – Krysten Ritter

“I love Tina Fey because she acts and she writes and she’s hilarious and does a lot of different things.” – Krysten Ritter

“I try to bring myself to every role. The last thing you want to seem like to other people is a talking head or an actor reading lines.” – Krysten Ritter

“Netflix is like sitting at the cool kids’ table. Netflix is amazing. We’re the biggest fans of not only working there but of the company in general.” – Krysten Ritter

“I knew I could always work harder and be better and show I’m more prepared. I had a whole science to, like, how you have to arrive 17 minutes early to something. If you’re 20 minutes early, that means you’re too eager, but 17 minutes gives you time to, like, settle, sign in, use the ladies’ room, have some water, and get comfortable.” – Krysten Ritter

“I think backstory is really important to know because I’m all about prep work. I like to do all of my work right away, as soon as I get it. I’m incapable of procrastinating on anything, so I like to do all of the work.” – Krysten Ritter

“My Instagram is basically all knitting, my dog, and a little bit of ‘The Defenders.'” – Krysten Ritter

“For escape, I love popcorn thrillers that you can read in a weekend, like ‘Sharp Objects’ and ‘The Woman in Cabin 10.'” – Krysten Ritter

“To be honest, I didn’t love the high-fashion world because models aren’t always treated that well. I was a scrappy kid from a farm, and that world felt a little snobby. But I was grateful for it, and my photo shoots now are really fast because I know my poses.” – Krysten Ritter

“There are different audiences out there, and everyone has different tastes of what they want. And it’s a good thing because otherwise, there wouldn’t be enough stuff to go around.” – Krysten Ritter

“It’s hard to always be reduced to the way you look or your sex appeal or what that is.” – Krysten Ritter

“I read the entire ‘Alias’ series. I devoured them.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’ve written pilots. I wrote a movie.” – Krysten Ritter

“When you go to Marvel, they lock you in a room with the scripts; they really are that secretive.” – Krysten Ritter

“I don’t fight for much, but when I fight for something, it’s usually because I think I’m going to be right.” – Krysten Ritter

“I hope to someday have a fully functioning production company.” – Krysten Ritter

“If they want to do a ‘Defenders 2,’ I’m in.” – Krysten Ritter

“I have a lot of girlfriends. That’s sort of my whole thing is, I have really, really deep friendships, more so than anybody I’ve ever met.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m all about time management. I have gotten my makeup prep in the morning down to, like, four minutes. There’s just not enough time in the day.” – Krysten Ritter

“I was always an outcast, even in my family.” – Krysten Ritter

“I love ‘House of Cards,’ I love ‘Bloodline,’ I love ‘Orange is the New Black,’ so I had written on my refrigerator that I was looking for ‘groundbreaking television on Netflix.'” – Krysten Ritter

“If we’re at a lunch table, I’m going to always sit with the girls. That’s just kind of how I am. I always gravitate towards women. I know how to communicate with women.” – Krysten Ritter

“Yarn, patterns, and needle sizes have come such a long way since your grandmother’s afghans. Creatively, there is just so much to get into, so much to play with. It’s an amazing way to turn inward and get off your phone.” – Krysten Ritter

“I have such a crush on Tony Robbins and his passion, empathy, and sheer talent.” – Krysten Ritter

“My favorite acting books are Stella Adler’s ‘The Art of Acting’ and ‘Sanford Meisner on Acting.'” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m very into dresses, shoes, and makeup.” – Krysten Ritter

“It’s rare to get a part in a show that’s greenlit, let alone two shows that have been greenlit.” – Krysten Ritter

“I just sort of choose to see the good in things, and I choose to – I don’t know – look on the bright side, as cheesy as it sounds.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’ve always been very positive and very resilient.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m not always the first person to run out and see something I’m in. I don’t know; for me, that’s not why I did it. I did it because I wanted to act. I don’t really think about the end result. I don’t feel like I have to see it – for me, it already happened.” – Krysten Ritter

“There’s only one person for every job. You can try all you want, but if you’re not right for it, you’re not gonna get it.” – Krysten Ritter

“There are a lot of times when Jessica Jones is alone in her house, and there’s no dialogue. She’s rough around the edges, so getting to spend that time with her and see her be vulnerable and process the weight of her world is what makes the character so likable.” – Krysten Ritter

“Any time you get to play or dress differently or look differently, as an actress, that’s incredibly exciting.” – Krysten Ritter

“I try to drink a lot of water and always moisturize. When my skin gets cranky, I use Proactiv to keep it clear. That stuff really works.” – Krysten Ritter

“If you really want something, you’ve gotta just do it and not wait for other people to hand it to you.” – Krysten Ritter

“I am sarcastic and dry, but I also have a pretty huge zest for life.” – Krysten Ritter

“I was always loud and obnoxious and giggly and funny.” – Krysten Ritter

“I like to be stylish and edgy, but also low maintenance.” – Krysten Ritter

“On the farm, I had chores. I had a calf. We had a herd of cattle in the pasture. We’d go and get me a calf at a cow auction with Amish people, which I would raise. I gave it a bottle every day, in this cute little coop, like a giant dog coop almost. I’ve always been a big animal person.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’ve never been a fearful person. When I was growing up, I wanted to be an actress, a writer, and a musician and I never really processed that those are the three hardest jobs – I just never even processed it.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m not a wallflower, and I encourage girls to live that way.” – Krysten Ritter

“My gram taught me to knit when I was little, and then I came across my old knitting tools when I was cleaning out my closets after ‘JJ’ season one and got right back into it.” – Krysten Ritter

“When I’m shooting, that’s all I do.” – Krysten Ritter

“It’s hard to find that perfect dress that makes you feel like a million bucks. I’ve found a few, and I wish I could wear them over and over and over again on red carpets.” – Krysten Ritter

“After ‘Jessica Jones’ came out, I started hearing firsthand from a lot of women who were so inspired by the character, who felt represented, who felt like watching Jessica on screen helped them in their own lives. Women are devouring content like that because everybody is complicated; not everybody is one thing.” – Krysten Ritter

“When you prepare for something, you can then play around; you’re not as worried about remembering your lines because you already know them so well. That’s where you can find the freedom. So I’m all about prep work.” – Krysten Ritter

“‘Sharp Objects’ is honestly one of my most exciting reading experiences.” – Krysten Ritter

“Marvel is obviously a giant, global super-brand, so being a part of that is exciting because of the huge built-in audience and the appetite for it.” – Krysten Ritter

“Jessica Jones is such a great part, and I do serious work on it. I feel really creatively fulfilled.” – Krysten Ritter

“My favorite part of ‘Jessica Jones’ is… all of it.” – Krysten Ritter

“It’s hard to fight in high heels or even jeans that are too tight. You can’t kick in skinny, skinny jeans.” – Krysten Ritter

“I worked with my acting coach one-on-one for hours and hours, every single day for two months, before even setting foot on set or putting on Jessica Jones’s clothes.” – Krysten Ritter

“I’m from a small town, a farm, a hundred acres.” – Krysten Ritter

“I don’t have a lot of clothes or a lot of possessions to bog me down.” – Krysten Ritter

Krysten Ritter Dazzles in Jimmy Choo’s Beige “Kani” Sandals

In May 2012, Krysten Ritter wore Jimmy Choo’s sparkling beige “Kani” sandals to the Late Show With David Letterman in NYC.

Krysten Ritter graced the 'Late Show with David Letterman' on Tuesday, showcasing her playful side in a flirty Z Spoke by Zac Posen dress from the Spring 2012 collectionKrysten Ritter graced the ‘Late Show with David Letterman’ on Tuesday, showcasing her playful side in a flirty Z Spoke by Zac Posen dress from the Spring 2012 collection on May 1, 2012, in New York City (Credit: Mr. Blue / WENN / Apega)

She paired the crystal embellished sandals with a blue Z Spoke by Zac Posen dress and added sparkle with H. Stern jewels.

Her ink-blue silk jersey dress featured cold-shoulder cutouts, ruched detailing, and a floaty skirt, perfectly complementing her vibrant personality.

Krysten Ritter shows off her feet in Jimmy Choo strappy sandals adorned with Swarovski crystalsKrysten Ritter shows off her feet in Jimmy Choo strappy sandals adorned with Swarovski crystals (Credit: Mr. Blue / WENN / Apega)

This fantastic shoe style from Jimmy Choo comes in nude and black suede and features elegantly curved straps with crystal embellishments.

Jimmy Choo beige Kani Swarovski Crystal-embellished satin and suede sandalsJimmy Choo Beige “Kani” Crisscross Platform Sandals, $2,195

Shimmery suede swathes a dazzling, crystal-drenched sandal perched atop a slim heel.

Shimmery suede swathes a dazzling, crystal-drenched sandal perched atop a slim heelJimmy Choo Black “Kani” Crisscross Platform Sandals, $2,195

A Month of Jimmy Choo: Krysten Ritter’s Continued Patronage

The American actress and former model must be a Jimmy Choo fan as she wore a pair by the same designer later that month, namely the Loila.

Krysten Ritter looks fabulous in a black Alexander McQueen dress at HBO's 'True Blood' Season 5 PremiereKrysten Ritter looks fabulous in a black Alexander McQueen dress at HBO’s ‘True Blood’ Season 5 Premiere at the ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome, Los Angeles, USA, on May 30, 2012 (Credit: Mr. Blue / WENN / Apega)

Her mini tube clutch was also from Jimmy Choo, while Alexander McQueen designed her short-sleeved black dress. Her unique little black dress (LBD) stood out with a slashed neckline, a thigh-high split, and patent leather trims.

She accessorized with David Yurman jewelry featuring black onyx stones. The look was polished off with a low ponytail and a touch of pink on the lips.

Krysten Ritter shows off her feet in Loila sandals by Jimmy ChooKrysten Ritter shows off her feet in Loila sandals by Jimmy Choo (Credit: Mr. Blue / WENN / Apega)