Hilary Duff Slays in 3 Stunning Outfits in 1 Day

Kerry Justich
(Photo: Getty Images)

Lizzie McGuire may have been an outfit repeater, but Hilary Duff is definitely not.

The 29-year-old actress was spotted shooting for her series Younger in NYC on Monday, and her looks did not disappoint. Throughout one single day of filming, Duff wore three colorful outfits that nobody can seem to ignore. From a bright red dress with a matching lip, to an emerald green frock, and a purple off-the-shoulder jumpsuit, the star has certainly proven her versatility in the style department.

Duff looks flawless in look number one. (Photo: Getty Images)
The green frock displays some more laid-back vibes. (Photo: Getty Images)
She ends the day in this enviable purple jumpsuit. (Photo: Splash)

Just last week, Duff was snapped wearing a fitted pink dress and her go-to half-up half-down hair look. And although people were commenting on her killer bod, it seems she’s been killing the street style game as well. Her own Instagram documents her many stylish looks, where she goes from a T-shirt and jeans to any type of glamorous get-up seamlessly – which is no easy feat for the mother-of-one.



Duff fans everywhere are rejoicing her epic return to the limelight as a force in fashion, while others are wondering how it took so long for some to notice the star’s beauty.


Can’t wait to see what amazing looks Duff hits us with next.

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