California girl vibes! On March 15, Selling Sunset star Emma Hernan was spotted in Los Angeles looking equal parts fun, fashionable and girly.
The fashionista showed some skin in a blue off-the-shoulder crop top, distressed jeans and nude heeled sandals. She accessorized with a pair of rose-tinted sunglasses by Otra Eyewear and carried a sky blue Versace purse.
Hernan shared photos from the outing on Instagram and promised fans that she's going to start posting on the app more often. "I’m going to try and do a photo dump a week to let you guys see more of my life, some of my favorite people and things I like to do," she said. "And of course a weekly dose of Benny 🐶!!!"
Though the blonde babe is new to the hit Netflix series, she actually worked in real estate with the Oppenheim Group's founders, Jason and Brett Oppenheim, in the past.
"I was more focused on other things," she told The Hollywood Reporter of why she didn't join the show until season 4. "I was investing really heavily in different startups and taking meetings, and I was in Boston starting my food company. And then I got more involved in actually selling, buying, taking clients. So Jason was like, 'You have to come on the show.'"
She added that filming has "been really fun. We go out as a work group all the time and we have so much fun together, which is nice when you are actually working with your best friends."
The reality star also runs her own food company, and since she doesn't look like the typical corporate CEO, she's really had to buckle down to succeed.
"People get a picture of what you look like and they think you’re in the wrong spot. I’ve had to prove myself more than most people because you can be judged on your appearance. So I’ve always wanted to work so hard and give back to my family, and that’s what drives me," she shared of her work ethic. "I want some young girl to watch the show and be like, 'Wow, I have a passion.' And maybe they can go out and start a company. I want to inspire people and that’s why I went on [the show] and — as cliché as it sounds — it’s true. So, if I can change somebody’s life out there, I want to be able to do that."