Cindy Crawford looks chic in white jeans paired with a pastel blue sweater and matching scarf while running errands in her adopted hometown of Malibu
Cindy Crawford was the epitome of stylish fall fashion when she headed out on an errand in her adopted hometown of Malibu on Friday.
The 56-year-old supermodel looked as chic as ever in white jeans and a light blue V-neck sweater.
The beauty also added a matching light blue scarf and some trendy shades.
Fashionista: Cindy Crawford, 56, put her best fall fashion foot forward as she ran an errand in her adopted hometown of Malibu on Friday
To round out her look, the former catwalk queen wore brown furry slippers and had her dark brown locks styled long and wavy.
Crawford is married to Rande Gerber, a former model turned entrepreneur.
She showed off her glowing complexion by wearing makeup for her outing.
The Casamigos tequila company was one of his most lucrative investments, having founded the company with acclaimed actor and director George Clooney and real estate businessman Mike Meldman.
The trio eventually sold Casamigos to multinational beverage company Diageo for about $1 billion in 2017, according to a number of publications, including the colorful fool.
Stylin’: The 56-year-old supermodel looked as chic as ever in white jeans and a light blue V-neck sweater
Radiant: To round out her look, the former catwalk queen wore brown furry slippers and had her dark brown locks styled long and wavy
Gerber and his wife have also been players in the real estate market, including in the Malibu area, where they have primarily lived in recent years.
During that time, they have both given their social media fans and followers a glimpse of their ocean view home in Malibu on their respective platforms.
They’re asking $6,995,000 for the four-bedroom beachfront and have enlisted the help of top Malibu agent, Compass’s Chris Cortazo, to find a buyer.
On the Market: Crawford and Rande Gerber are reportedly selling another of their Malibu properties, a four-bedroom beachfront home, according to Fancy Pants Homes