Blake Lively's casual wardrobe is just as trendy as her red carpet ensembles!
On November 18, the actress stepped out in New York City alongside a pal in an outfit that you could replicate on any budget.
Scroll down to see her cute attire!
The mom-of-three wore a dark cardigan, a dark wash of skinny jeans and a white crop top that embraced the new pajama trend. She carried a small brown crossbody bag and rocked a pair of lace-up Gucci combat boots on her feet.
The Gossip Girl alum let her signature blond tresses flow freely in the wind and wore minimal makeup.
Lively chatted with a pal while walking around the Big Apple.
The star had been in town alongside husband Ryan Reynolds to attend the November 12 episode of Saturday Night Live, where good friend Taylor Swift performed the 10-minute version of her track "All Too Well."
Aside from hanging out backstage, the A-list pals all attended the same after party together. Just a few days later, it was revealed that the Betty Buzz founder directed the singer in the music for her tune "I Bet You Think About Me."
"I finally got to work with the brilliant, brave, & wickedly funny @blakelively on her directorial debut," the Grammy winner announced before the video's premiere. "Join us as we raise a toast, and a little hell."
Now that the blonde babe's husband is taking a break from movies, it's her turn to ramp up her own résumé again — something she's eager for her three daughters to witness.
"I want to be as present of a mother as humanly possible and I want them to feel my presence," she told PEOPLE. "But I also think the best way to be the best mother is to show them that you can have a life and have a passion and have an identity outside of just being a mother."
"Being a mother is completely all-encompassing, and that doesn't mean there are a lot of mothers who don't have the opportunity to work as well, but just having your [own] identity is, I think, very important," explained the fashionista. "And teaching them that they can maintain themselves and that everything is possible [is crucial]."