Chantel Jeffries hangs out with a friend in West Hollywood … before California restores coronavirus restrictions
Chantel Jeffries donned summer colors when she stepped out for lunch with a friend on Monday in West Hollywood, California.
The 27-year-old DJ / model wore an aqua blue tank top with a patterned anime skirt and Nike Air Max Sean Witherspoon sneakers.
She was carrying a pink purse and an iPhone while out and about on a hot day in Los Angeles.
Staying Stylish: Chantel Jeffries donned summery colors when she stepped out for lunch with a friend on Monday in West Hollywood, California.
The 5ft6 beauty had her wavy brown locks in pig tails on the outing, which came in the City of Angels on a hot day.
The Coronado, California native, who has over 4.6 million followers on Instagram, took to the site earlier this Monday with a selfie wearing a red snakeskin top.
“I’m like, I know a place and take you to my Tesla to play backgammon and watch Netflix,” said the stunning star, who is romantically linked to The Chainsmokers “Andrew Taggart.
Jeffries, previously associated with Justin Bieber and Diplo, accessorized with gold earrings and a gold chain on the outing to the restaurant.
Something for later: Jeffries was carrying a takeout box when she left the establishment
Clear: Chantel and her boyfriend both wore light colors to reflect the season
Moving forward: The celeb is romantically linked to Andrew Taggart of The Chainsmokers
She got out just before California Governor, Gavin Newsom, brought back the lock restrictions in California, ended the bars and restaurants ban, and closed hair salons, gyms, and religious establishments.
The sweeping changes came after the state’s recent spike in COVID-19 cases and people hospitalized with the virus.
“COVID-19 is not going to go away until there is a vaccine and or an effective therapy,” Newsom said. Limit your mixing with people outside your household. It’s just common sense, but the data suggests that not everyone uses common sense. ‘
As of early Sunday, the mortality rate for COVID-19 was 135,605 people in the US, with 3,363,056 total positive diagnoses, Johns Hopkins University reported. Worldwide, 572,428 people died in 13,070,590 positive diagnoses worldwide.