Hilary Duff is off the market. It’s rumored that she is dating her personal trainer. If her recent outfit choices are an indication, then I say the rumors are true. Hilary is feeling sexy these days, and it is showing in the way she’s flaunting her toned gams all over the place.
On Thursday, Hilary got extra leggy while out and about in New York City. She wore a very Kim Kardashian-esque attire of a long striped coat worn over a white mini-dress. She then capped off the mix with a pair of ankle-tie sandals from Alexandre Birman. I don’t think I need to tell you that Hil was glowing in her ensemble. Seriously, she looked genuinely fab and happy, as if she got back her mojo.
Hilary Duff takes a page out of Kim Kardashian’s style book in this leg-baring ensemble she wore in New York on June 23, 2016
Come evening, Hilary attended the Stella Artois event in another leg-baring frock; this time, a printed black number with a thigh-high slit on the front. She complemented the dress with a gray box clutch and a pair of nude strappy sandals. Again, Hil looked fantastic.
Hilary Duff attends the Stella Artois event in New York City on June 23, 2016
This lady is lookin’ extra good. Would you agree?
I also love how she’s dressing herself these days. The style is glamorous and dramatic, two things that were lacking in her previous fashion choices.
Hilary’s white mini dress from the first outfit is by Rebecca Minkoff. If you like it, you can find it on the designer’s website. It is on sale at an accessible $188:
Rebecca Minkoff Silva Dress, $188 (was $378)
Hilary’s Alexandre Birman ankle-tie sandals are also available online. They’re the “Clarita”, a style that comes in many colors and materials. A pair will set you back $595:
I prefer the first outfit. What about you? If it’s the second one you love, then you can grab her printed black frock over at Bergdorf. It’s by Veronica Beard.
Like her Alexandre Birman sandals, the dress retails at almost $600. Thankfully, Hilary’s nude cutout heels aren’t as pricey.They’re the Schutz Jaden sandals, and will only cost you $190, if ever you decide to buy a pair.