Hilary Swank is on a roll!
The usually swanky dresser took things down several notches for the Lucky Brand store opening in Beverly Hills on Tuesday — and that's not a bad thing!
Appropriately dressed in an embellished tank and dark skinny jeans, Hilary was the most semi-casual we think we’ve ever seen her on the red carpet!
The 39-year-old perfectly styled her laid back look with black patent pumps, a rectangular clutch and her famous megawatt smile.
Our only complaint is her bangs could have used a little brushing, but other than that, Hilary looked pretty fab!
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What a swanky hottie!
Hilary Swank was one of the lucky guests at Giorgio Armani's One Night Only presentation of his latest Armani Prive collection in NYC on Thursday.
The actress sparkled in a stately Armani outfit featuring a sequined jacket and perfectly tailored skinnies. Strappy sandals and an embellished black clutch were the elegant accessories.
Despite the somewhat messy bangs, this has definitely got to be one of Hilary's best looks!
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Hilary Swank attended the God's Love Will Deliver Golden Heart Awards Celebration in NYC on Wednesday night to support her fashion BFF, Michael Kors, who partnered with the charity to help end world hunger.
Not only did the Million Dollar Baby actress make an appearance, but she also donned a head-to-toe ensem of the designer's, which included a lacy fuchsia dress, silver python sandals, and matching silver clutch.
Now that’s the meaning of true friendship!
Hilary polished off her sophisticated look with silver jewelry to match and slightly wavy locks.
Well done, Hil!!
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Hilary Swank attended the Big Fish Broadway musical opening night in NYC on Sunday in a very simple black ensem.
The 39-year-old chose a v-neck dress that she wore with a leather skinny belt, which really accentuated her AH-mazing body! To accessorize her midi frock, she went with the perfect pair of black peep-toe heels.
Hilary completed her look with her usual side-parted straight hair and only a touch of makeup.
We would have loved to see some texture in her hair to offset the monochromatic outfit! Or even just a more colorful lipstick!
What do U think of Hilary's head-to-toe black look??
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Hilary Swank joined bestie Mariska Hargitay at the JoyRocks event celebrating the launch of the No More PSA campaign in Los Angeles on Thursday.
Never overly flashy, the Million Dollar Baby donned a sleeveless and pleated plum dress with gunmetal embellished neckline.
Wow! Do you see that body??
Hilary definitely picked the best frock to suit her lean physique and show off those arms!
Straight side-parted hair and natural looking makeup was classy but casual enough for the Oscar winner.
Anything more and Hilary would have looked over done!
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Gucci here, Gucci there, Gucci, Gucci everywhere!
Hilary Swank embraced the Italian brand wholeheartedly at the Toronto International Film Festival on Sunday.
The Oscar-winning actress arrived at the amfAR Inspiration Gala wearing an olive-green Gucci dress with a lacy black overlay.
The dress' extended keyhole accent and structured shoulders allowed for some seksiness and edginess that complemented the otherwise delicate look nicely.
Hilary finished her look with Gucci T-strap heels, a black clutch and curls that softly cascaded over her shoulder.
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Fashion Week is here! And what better way to celebrate than with food!? Ha!
Hilary Swank showed off her sartorial spots on Wednesday afternoon for the Couture Council Award luncheon honoring Michael Kors.
Wearing a blue leopard print dress, the actress was all smiles as she posed next to the man of the hour outside Lincoln Center before presenting him with the Artistry award.
To balance out the wildness of her frock, Hilary kept her accessories simple, opting for black sandals and a matching clutch.
We think it's a very luncheon-appropriate look, especially in the concrete jungle!
What about U???
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