Kate Bosworth nails off-duty chic as she goes make-up free while picking up her laundry

She usually exudes Hollywood glamour on many a red carpet. 

But Kate Bosworth proves she can nail off-duty chic just as well, as she stepped out make-up free to collect her laundry in Los Angeles, California on Friday.

The actress, 36, donned a stylish tan coat as she ran her errands, which she layered over a denim dress complete with ruffled detailing.

Off-duty: Kate Bosworth, 36, proves she can nail off-duty chic as she stepped out make-up free to collect her laundry in Los Angeles, California on Friday

Off-duty: Kate Bosworth, 36, proves she can nail off-duty chic as she stepped out make-up free to collect her laundry in Los Angeles, California on Friday

Off-duty: Kate Bosworth, 36, proves she can nail off-duty chic as she stepped out make-up free to collect her laundry in Los Angeles, California on Friday

Kate added height to her frame by rocking a pair of brown, studded suede boots and slung a slouchy black bag over her shoulder.

The star tied her blonde locks into a low ponytail, while letting her natural beauty shine through as she skipped make-up for the day.

The Nona actress looked downcast as she picked up her laundry, after having a leisurely lunch with a male friend at Cafe Gratitude. 

In light of the Me Too and Time’s Up movements, Kate joined forces with Chloe Wine Collection and Women In Film to hold the She Directed female filmmakers competition, which will see four aspiring female directors win mentorships.

Chic: The actress, 36, donned a stylish tan coat as she ran her errands, which she layered over a denim dress complete with ruffled detailing

Chic: The actress, 36, donned a stylish tan coat as she ran her errands, which she layered over a denim dress complete with ruffled detailing

Chic: The actress, 36, donned a stylish tan coat as she ran her errands, which she layered over a denim dress complete with ruffled detailing

Errands: The Nona actress looked downcast as she picked up her laundry, after having a leisurely lunch with a male friend at Cafe Gratitude

Errands: The Nona actress looked downcast as she picked up her laundry, after having a leisurely lunch with a male friend at Cafe Gratitude

Errands: The Nona actress looked downcast as she picked up her laundry, after having a leisurely lunch with a male friend at Cafe Gratitude

Speaking of the competition, in which one of those lucky ladies will also win a $10k cash prize, Kate told Bustle.com: ‘What I hope people will do with this initiative is to really be inspired and challenged to tell a story that’s unique to them.

‘The stories that I’ve always loved most in my life are ones that are unique or different or something that I hadn’t really thought of before.’

Speaking further about the contest, Kate opened up To Parade.com, where she discussed how movements such as Me Too helped inspire the initiative.

Stylish: Kate tied her blonde locks into a low ponytail, while letting her natural beauty shine through as she skipped the make-up for the day

Stylish: Kate tied her blonde locks into a low ponytail, while letting her natural beauty shine through as she skipped the make-up for the day

Stylish: Kate tied her blonde locks into a low ponytail, while letting her natural beauty shine through as she skipped the make-up for the day

She said: ‘I absolutely believe these movements have helped acknowledge the need for more female led initiatives and in that sense, have also helped to inspire more female-forward stories in the entertainment industry.

‘Initiatives like She Directed are so critical at the moment. They are a call to action not only for female filmmakers to create and submit their stories, but also to be rewarded so that they can continue telling their stories. 

‘I applaud brands like Chloe Wine Collection for walking the walk. It takes support from all sides — brands included — to move the dial.’

Good cause: In light of the Me Too and Time's Up movements, Kate joined forces with Chloe Wine Collection and Women In Film to hold the She Directed female filmmakers competition

Good cause: In light of the Me Too and Time's Up movements, Kate joined forces with Chloe Wine Collection and Women In Film to hold the She Directed female filmmakers competition

Good cause: In light of the Me Too and Time’s Up movements, Kate joined forces with Chloe Wine Collection and Women In Film to hold the She Directed female filmmakers competition

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