Kristen Stewart and girlfriend Dylan Meyer wear matched outfit of distressed denim and graphic tees.
The Twilight actress matched her screenwriter love were in a relationshop last August and have been inseparable ever since.
The couple continued to mesh their casual styles during a grocery run on Tuesday. They matched in distressed denim and graphic tees while out in Los Angeles.
Stewart put on a casual streetstyle in light-wash jeans with three fringed rips around her knees, that were rolled above her ankles.
She teamed it with a brown Oasis band T-shirt, a black cap with white scribbled writing, and black Vans sneakers paired with above he ankle white socks. She also added layered jewelry with three necklaces, one carrying a gold lock and another being a silver cuban link chain. She also looked pretty cool with a silver link bracelet and dark sunglasses shielding her eyes.
Meanwhile, Meyer wore light-wash denim jeans that featured fringed rips near her thigh and knees, she also cuffed the pants above her ankles similar to Stewart.
She picked a black and grey graphic tee, red Vans sneakers, and a red and white polka dot face mask, while Stewart opted not to wear a covering. Meyer also carried a white handbag on her way into the store.
Stewart is set to play Princess Diana in “Spencer”, directed by the Pablo Larraín, which recently sold US rights to Neon and Topic Studios for $4million.
The production is expected to begin in early 2021 on the movie, which takes place one weekend in the early 1990s, when Diana decided to separate from Prince Charles (Stewart pictured in January, 2020)
She also recently teamed up with Larraín for the star-studded quarantine-themed anthology Homemade, premiering June 30 on Netflix.
The Charlie’s Angels star and Larraín both directed their own shorts for the project, using only the equipment they had at their disposal.
Stewart is starring opposite Mackenzie Davis in the LGBTQ holiday romantic comedy Happiest Season, which premieres on Thanksgiving.
The movie is about a young woman (Stewart), who plans to propose to her girlfriend (Davis) at her family’s annual holiday part, before discovering she’s not out to her conservative parents (Victor Garber and Mary Steenburgen).