Rachel Bilson Slays in $40 Old Navy Jeans You'll Want to Buy, Stat

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When it comes to timeless style, OC alum Rachel Bilson knows what’s up.

A style icon since the early aughts, Bilson is constantly finding new and innovative ways to elevate your typical jeans and a tee.

On the actress’s latest outing, the 35-year-old married a distressed gray tee with functional and earthy mules, and, get this: a pair of jeans from Old Navy! Yep, the Hart of Dixie star stepped out in Beverly Hills wearing Old Navy’s Rockstar 24/7 jeans ($40; oldnavy.gap.com)—a style beloved by fellow actress Blake Lively.

The mother of one accessorized her simplistic-chic ensemble with black Ray-Ban wayfarers (shop a similar style here) and silver hoop earrings, her long dark locks down at her shoulders, a burst of bright pink lipstick lighting up her face.

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Despite taking a noticeable step back from show biz in recent years, Bilson is staying relevant as ever with her affordable and accessible sartorial flair.

RELATED: Blake Lively Makes a Pair of $40 Old Navy Jeans Look Incredibly Chic

Bow down to the queen of standout sidewalk style.

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[MUSIC] I came to Africa on behalf of In Style, as a correspondent to check out the diamond industry, and see how it has influenced and affected the region that they're in. [MUSIC] I had the opportunity to visit Swalu, and they had these really amazing things going on, like the cheetah conservation, which, there may be only 2000 left in the world. I visited the mine. It was a huge pit, which was surprising to me. I went to Swanning mine hospital, which is fully funded by Deb Swano, which is a partnership between De Beers and the Botswanan government. I went to Acacia Primary School. Children of my employees can go to this school for free. At the feeding scheme, I helped distribute food to the mothers and their children. I was fortunate enough to meet a couple of the students supported by the Diamond Powerman fund. I was very impressed with them, and I wouldn't be surprised if they changed the world, or at least Africa, some day.
 
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