Olivia Wilde is no stranger to the spotlight. Between red-carpet appearances and film debuts the actress is often seen sporting some seriously glamorous looks. But what does she wear when she's off-duty, we hear you ask? Apparently, Wilde's casual attire is not too dissimilar to the rest of us.
Over the weekend, Wilde was spotted out and about in Los Angeles attending a sports game with her children. For the occasion, the actress opted for a pared-back look which included pair of Levi's jeans, a casual, cropped white t-shirt and a biscuity brown cardigan from Spanish high-street retailer, Mango.
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The cardigan in question still happens to be in stock and is actually currently on sale, which is quite a rarity for a celebrity-endorsed, high-street item. Retailing currently for £45.99, the cardigan is made from a wool blend fabric and features two patch pockets on the front, as well as a textured knit stripe across the middle.
While historically, cardigans have not been seen as the most fashion-forward wardrobe essential, they have benefitted from somewhat of a revival in recent years. Ever since Katie Holmes was spotted in that famed Khaite bradigan the item has regained its It-status, becoming one of the coolest casual items in our wardrobes.
With spring on the horizon, there's no better time to invest in a casual cardigan, as the outfit formula opportunities are endless. Soon we'll be swapping out our winter coats in favour of lighter outwear and our cardigans will do just the trick. Yet, while we wait for the warmer weather, the wardrobe staple will look just as chic paired underneath a trench coat or cropped jacket.
As Olivia proved, even with the most simple of styling the staple can still look incredibly chic. Keep scrolling to shop Olivia's exact cardigan, as well as a few others below.
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Zoe Anastasiou is a Fashion Editor with over eight years of experience working across digital publications in New York, London and Australia. She has contributed to publications including Harper’s BAZAAR and ELLE Australia, and was the Fashion and Social Media Editor at Who What Wear UK before joining Marie Claire.
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