Isla Fisher looks classy in a red polka-dot dress as she steps out to shop in Sydney

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Isla Fisher looks classy in a red polka-dot dress as she steps out to shop in Sydney

She recently moved from Los Angeles to Sydney with her husband Sacha Baron Cohen and her family.

And on Saturday, Isla Fisher looked effortlessly stylish as she stepped out for a quiet getaway in a red polka-dot dress.

The Australian actress seemed to be making the most of her weekend when she was spotted in a luxury lifestyle boutique in Sydney.

Magnificent!  Isla Fisher, 45, (pictured) looked effortlessly stylish when she headed out on Saturday for a quiet, casual outing in a red polka-dot Sydney dress

Magnificent! Isla Fisher, 45, (pictured) looked effortlessly stylish when she headed out on Saturday for a quiet, casual outing in a red polka-dot Sydney dress

The Wedding Crashers star showed off her natural complexion and appeared to be makeup-free for the outing.

Isla’s getaway comes as she discussed how she would go across the Pacific from Los Angeles with her family to Stellar magazine last week.

‘I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cozy when I’m in Australia. It’s where I grew up, ”she said.

Spotted: The Wedding Crashers star showed off her natural complexion and appeared to be makeup free for the outing

Spotted: The Wedding Crashers star showed off her natural complexion and appeared to be makeup free for the outing

Spotted: The Wedding Crashers star showed off her natural complexion and appeared to be makeup free for the outing

Stylish: The Australian actress showed off her natural complexion and appeared to be makeup-free for the outing.  She completed her look with oversized glasses and Converse shoes

Stylish: The Australian actress showed off her natural complexion and appeared to be makeup-free for the outing.  She completed her look with oversized glasses and Converse shoes

Stylish: The Australian actress showed off her natural complexion and appeared to be makeup-free for the outing. She completed her look with oversized glasses and Converse shoes

‘I am happiest when I am home. I miss it when I’m not there. I don’t feel any pressure when I’m in Australia. I don’t have to say or do or be anything. I mean, I don’t even have to wear shoes, ”the Godmothered star added.

In the interview, she also briefly touched on motherhood, a topic she loves very much but rarely talks about in order to protect the privacy of her children.

Isla told the publication, ‘All parents are just trying to protect their children. And I feel like they want to be out in the open, that’s up to them. If I quoted it, it would haunt them. Someday they will be teenagers! ‘

Relocations: The Perth-raised actress recently made the move with her family across the Pacific from Los Angeles last year.  She said she was Down Under again: 'I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cozy, when I'm in Australia ... I miss it when I'm not there'

Relocations: The Perth-raised actress recently made the move with her family across the Pacific from Los Angeles last year.  She said she was Down Under again: 'I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cozy, when I'm in Australia ... I miss it when I'm not there'

Relocations: The Perth-raised actress recently made the move with her family across the Pacific from Los Angeles last year. She said she was Down Under again: ‘I just feel so safe, I suppose the word is cozy, when I’m in Australia … I miss it when I’m not there’

Mommy love!  In the interview, she also briefly touched on motherhood, a topic she loves very much but rarely talks about in order to protect the privacy of her children.  Isla said: 'All parents are just trying to protect their children ... If I give quotes about them it would haunt them'

Mommy love!  In the interview, she also briefly touched on motherhood, a topic she loves very much but rarely discusses in order to protect the privacy of her children.  Isla said: 'All parents are just trying to protect their children ... If I give quotes about them it would haunt them'

Mommy love! In the interview, she also briefly touched on motherhood, a topic she loves very much but rarely talks about in order to protect the privacy of her children. Isla said: ‘All parents are just trying to protect their children … If I give quotes about them it would haunt them’

Isla and Sacha first met at a party in Sydney in 2002.

The couple tied the knot in 2010 in Paris after they converted to the Jewish faith.

Isla shares three children with Sacha.

Still going strong: Isla and Sacha (right) first met at a party in Sydney in 2002, married in Paris in 2010 after converting to the Jewish faith.  The couple initially moved temporarily to escape 'Trump's America' at the end of last year.

Still going strong: Isla and Sacha (right) first met at a party in Sydney in 2002, married in Paris in 2010 after converting to the Jewish faith.  The couple initially moved temporarily to escape 'Trump's America' at the end of last year.

Still going strong: Isla and Sacha (right) first met at a party in Sydney in 2002, married in Paris in 2010 after converting to the Jewish faith. The couple initially moved temporarily to escape ‘Trump’s America’ at the end of last year.

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