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Jaime King is dressed down for Beverly Hills errands… day after looking glamorous

Hart Of Dixie actress Jaime King was dressed down for a day of errands in New York City on Friday morning.

The TV star, 42, wore an army green jacket over a black outfit with a matching hat as she was seen walking down a street with a cup of coffee and a cell phone in her hand.

This comes the day after the actress looked like a bombshell in a red and black off-the-shoulder dress when at the DKMS 30th Anniversary Gala on Thursday night. 

Her own style: Hart Of Dixie actress Jaime King was dressed down for a day of errands in New York City on Friday morning

The star’s short blonde hair also showed off a tattoo on the back of her shoulders that read King and had a star on one side. 

DKMS held its black-tie gala at New York’s Cipriani Wall Street.

It is an international non-profit organization dedicated to the fight against blood cancer.

Money generated, and a live auction hosted by Sotheby’s Michael Macaulay, will help raise funds that will support the organization’s global work in life-saving stem cell transplants for patients, according to a statement issued through Shore Fire Media.

Walk 'n' text: The TV star, 42, wore an army green jacket over a black outfit with a matching hat as she was seen walking down a street with a cup of coffee and a cell phone in her hand

Walk ‘n’ text: The TV star, 42, wore an army green jacket over a black outfit with a matching hat as she was seen walking down a street with a cup of coffee and a cell phone in her hand

The hope is that the gala will also expand DKMS’ stem cell donor database — currently at 11 million — to include a more diverse donor pool worldwide, and thus, creating more second chances at life for patients in need. 

King stepped out on to the red carpet in a black, red, and white gown with an off-the-shoulder design.

A major portion of the elegant number, from the waist on down, was done in black, while the upper body section was styled like a red bow tie. 

For more color contrast, the sleeves and gloves were made with a white fabric.

The Nebraska native rounded out the look by slicking her dyed blonde tresses back, much like a pompadour, with parts on both sides.

Stunning star: This comes the day after the actress looked like a bombshell in a red and black off-the-shoulder dress when at the DKMS 30th Anniversary Gala on Thursday night

Stunning star: This comes the day after the actress looked like a bombshell in a red and black off-the-shoulder dress when at the DKMS 30th Anniversary Gala on Thursday night 

King had a meteoric rise as a model, and by 16, she had graced the pages of Vogue, Mademoiselle, Allure, Glamour, Harper’s Bazaar and Seventeen. 

She would eventually be on the short list of models who shined on the catwalk and then successfully transitioned from modeling to acting when she was a teenager.  

The musical performers for the DKMS 30th Anniversary Gaga was the multi-platinum and Grammy Award-winning artists, Black Eyed Peas. 

The event also included an emotional and magical moment when a patient met her lifesaving donor for the very first time.

Retro: The Nebraska native rounded out the look by slicking her dyed blonde tresses back, much like a pompadour, with parts on both sides and showed off her King tattoo

Retro: The Nebraska native rounded out the look by slicking her dyed blonde tresses back, much like a pompadour, with parts on both sides and showed off her King tattoo

DKMS is currently the global leader in providing blood stem cell transplants to patients. With 10 million potential donors registered, the non-profit has successfully facilitated nearly 90,000 transplants for patients in more than 57 countries. However, with thousands of patients still waiting for their lifesaving matches, the organization’s work is still not done. 

‘My father, Peter Harf, founded DKMS after my mother lost her battle to leukemia,’ Vice Chairman of Global Board, DKMS, Katharina Harf began in a statement, before adding, ‘My mother continues to inspire me to fight for other patients and their families, so they don’t have to feel the same pain we had to.’  

All of the proceeds from the annual US Gala will fund the DKMS mission to grant every blood cancer patient with a second chance at life.        

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