Talk about a high-low mix.
Chrissy Teigen was photographed popping into the Tom Ford store in Beverly Hills Sunday, perhaps to pick up a last-minute Father’s Day gift for husband John Legend.
The model, 37, flashed the cameras a smile in a low-key look comprised of a black sports bra, matching leggings, APL sneakers ($220) and a velvet baseball cap.
But there was nothing casual about her choice of outerwear: a cashmere coat from luxury label The Row that originally retailed for $6,590 (and is now sold out).
She seemingly left her three kids — Luna, 7, Miles, 5, and Esti, 5 months — at home with their dad as she ran errands in her dressed-up workout wear.
The outing came just days after the cookbook author clapped back at an online troll who accused her of getting facial fillers.
After an Instagram user claimed the model’s “new face” was from “the possible consequences … [of] overfill,” Teigen called them a “piece of s—t” for making false accusations.
“‘No mean intentions?’” the “Cravings” author asked, referencing the shady social media upload’s caption. “But [you’re] saying this could be your face if you do it wrong?”
She went on to say that the reason her face may be looking different is because she “gained weight” — as normal humans do.
In April, Teigen posted a photo of herself bathing nude with her daughter — a reminder to herself that there are more important things in the world than how her body looks.
“a boob that somehow hangs all along my side and deep purple lifetime scars but you are too perfect to worry about any of it !” she captioned the sweet image.
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Friends and followers were quick to praise Teigen for “normalizing” the reality of postpartum bodies.
“‘Life scars’ of a beautiful woman and mother. It’s proof that we are strong and brave and good! Wear them all proudly,” one follower commented.
“Our changing bodies remind us of the life we created. It reminds us of all we have,” another shared.
“Love this and you for being real,” a third wrote. “We all need to share this with each other.”