Lily Collins sports a chic orange turtleneck sweater with a brown jacket for a pet store run in West Hollywood
Lily Collins didn’t let a little cold weather stop her from running errands.
On Thursday, the 31-year-old looked seasonally chic while picking up a few supplies from a pet store in West Hollywood.
The To The Bone actress dressed in warm winter wear for the shopping adventure where she left with two large bags of treats.
Taking care of business: On Thursday, Lily Collins looked seasonally chic while picking up a few supplies from a pet store in West Hollywood
Collins rocked a bright top under a large brown button-up jacket to stay warm in the mild California winter.
She added a pair of black cropped pants and matching Gucci loafers to complete her casual ensemble, and carried a small purse over her shoulder.
Lily let her flowing brunette hair fall down past her shoulders, but later tied her tresses back into a loose bun.
She was seen wearing a mask to keep herself safe from the rise of COVID-19 cases in Southern California.
Staying safe: The Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile actress wore a face mask for the length of her outing
Big productions: The 31-year-old is best known for her work on the Netflix series Emily In Paris, along with a number of other film and TV roles
Collins recently shared a video to her Instagram story featuring her adorable dog Redford, who has his own account on the app.
In the story, the pup could be seen struggling to eat an edamame bean which kept dropping out of his mouth.
She adopted her dog late last year and started the account not long afterwards.
Many of the posts feature Collins’ fiancee Charlie McDowell, whom she became engaged to in September.
Furry friend: Collins adopted her dog Redford from a rescue foundation in December 2019
The actress is best known for her role in the Netflix series Emily In Paris, which garnered criticism for its idealized portrayal of French life.
In an interview with InStyle, Collins spoke about the reception of the show, and how the producers were not able to fit all of the topics they wanted into the show, which they would attempt to remedy in the upcoming episodes.
‘People are always going to find the good and the bad in anything, and because we have the ability to do a season two, you can’t take everything into consideration.’
At the same time, she noted that those who initially criticized the show may not be inclined to give it a second chance, as she stated: ‘Everything’s not always going to be everyone’s cup of tea.’
Making a difference: The actress and her fiancee Charlie McDowell recently hosted a fundraiser for an animal rescue