Ali Larter looks effortlessly chic in a midriff-baring white blouse and a trench coat as she grabs a coffee in LA
She’s served up one stylish look after another in recent weeks.
And Ali Larter didn’t disappoint on Friday during an outing in Los Angeles.
The 44-year-old Final Destination star stuck with a muted color palette while wearing a short beige trench coat.
Dressed to the nines: Ali Larter looked admirably chic in a short beige trench coat as she stopped in Los Angeles on Friday to pick up an iced coffee
Ali left her coat open to show off her white top, which was buttoned just below her but and revealed a hint of her toned tummy.
She stayed cool on the sunny day in a high-waisted set of white linen slacks that nearly swallowed up her snakeskin-print boots.
The 5ft8in model accessorized with a thick beige clutch held in her hand, and her long blond tresses were swept over one shoulder and fluttered in the breeze.
She wore a pale blue surgical mask over her face to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, which has been surging to record numbers throughout the US in recent weeks.
Fit figure: Ali left her coat open to show off her white top, which was buttoned just below her but and revealed a hint of her toned tummy
Cool customer: She stayed cool on the sunny day in a high-waisted set of white linen slacks that nearly swallowed up her snakeskin-print boots
After picking up her iced coffee, Ali unmasked to sip on it while heading back to her vehicle.
Absent from her outing on Friday were her husband Hayes MacArthur, 43, as well as their two children: Theodore, nine, and Vivienne, five.
She and her longtime boyfriend met on the set of National Lampoon’s Homo Erectus, which was released in 2007.
The lovebirds were engaged later, and they married in 2009 at his parents’ estate in Maine.
Family time: She’s recently been enjoying quarantine at home with husband Hayes MacArthur, 43, whom she married in 2009, their son Theodore, nine, and daughter Vivienne, five
Ali originally got her start as a model working abroad in Australia, Italy and Japan.
She expanded into acting in the mid-1990s, and her first big break as an actress came when she was cast in the 1997 sports dramedy Varsity Blues, which was a commercial success despite being treated with indifference by many critics.
She built on her success by starring in the horror film Final Destination (2000) and its first sequel, and she also played a major supporting part in Legally Blonde (2001) as a woman accused of murdering her husband.
In December, it was reported that Ali had signed on to executive produce and star in The Sidelines, a new comedy series for Fox.
She’ll star as a newly divorced 40-year-old mother of two, who decides to chase her lifelong dream of becoming a professional cheerleader.
Leading lady: Larter previously signed on to executive produce and star in The Sidelines, a comedy series about a newly divorced 40-year-old mother-of-two, who decides to chase her lifelong dream of becoming a professional cheerleader (pictured in January, 2020)