Charlize Theron manages to make sweats look chic as she models an athleisure set during a lunchtime outing in LA
Charlize Theron looked stunning in the most casual of outfits on Tuesday while in Los Angeles.
The 46-year-old actress remained unobtrusive in black track pants and a coordinating crew neck as she headed to her car after a lunchtime outing.
No time to waste, the busy Mad Max star was spotted by phone call immediately after getting into the driver’s seat of her black sedan.
Casual chic: The 48-year-old South African stunner proved she could dress up even the most casual looks when she left lunch in LA with athleisure
The South African-born beauty was seen walking out of a restaurant in tailored Adidas track pants and a snug looking black sweatshirt.
Sticking to a monochromatic look, she slipped her feet into comfortable white Birkenstocks and carried a small black leather bag over her shoulder.
Her platinum locks were tied together in a small bun and she shielded her face behind glamorous oversized sunglasses and a white face mask.
Recently, the Bombshell star spoke to Essence about having a coveted circle of “incredible” women who have helped give her tips when it comes to raising her two adopted daughters Jackson, nine, and August, five, (both black). to be).
On the go: Charlize was seen phoning in fitted Adidas sweatpants and a cozy looking black sweatshirt
“I’m so grateful to the incredible village of strong black women in my life who I can answer a phone for [call], or come to my house and they’ll tell me, ‘You need to stop this,’ or ‘These baby hairs are breaking off. What are you doing?’” she explained.
“So they put me in my place, and thanks to them I feel great confidence in raising my girls.” Charlize adopted Jackson in 2012 and August in 2015.
She continued to say that when it comes to more difficult life issues surrounding race and identity issues, she likes to engage in an open dialogue.
“I try to have a consistent conversation so it doesn’t feel like we’re just talking about things that have too much importance at the root, where they panic. I find it’s easier for them to just share these things and talk about them,” she shared.
Take a village! The Bombshell star spoke of her coveted circle of “incredible” black women who give her tips on raising her two adopted daughters August and Jackson: “They make me feel this great confidence in raising my girls,” she told Essence; pictured October 2