Kristen Stewart and Dylan Meyer dress down for a midday stop at MOTA cannabis dispensary in LA
Earlier this week she was a vision of glamour as she attended fashion’s biggest night.
The pair was seen in complementary low-key looks as they enjoyed each other’s company on the outing.
Weekend activity: Kristen Stewart was dressed casually as she and girlfriend Dylan Meyer stopped by a marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles
The Twilight star sported loose-fitting black, cuffed jeans with black socks and checkered Vans sneakers.
For her top half the versatile actress rocked a faded, cutoff Oasis band tee and cuffed the sleeves.
Her dyed orangey hair was pulled back into a messy bun and she obscured her eyes behind red-tinted shades.
Kristen could be seen clutching a small white paper bag with merchandise from MOTA, or Medicine of the Angels.
Shared style: The pair was seen in complementary low-key looks as they enjoyed each other’s company on the outing
Dylan wore blue jeans with red and white Vans sneakers.
The screenwriter paired an orange sweater with a navy blue bomber jacket.
She smiled as she held a tan face mask in her hand and carried a black bag over her shoulder.
The film producer’s signature disheveled blonde hair was worn in a side part. She finished the look with a pair of round, dark sunglasses.
Glamorous: Earlier this week she was a vision of glamour as she attended fashion’s biggest night
For the Met Gala Stewart went for a hyper-girly look, donning shimmering pink Chanel with plenty of ruffles and a little black velvet bow.
Underneath, you could see a hint of a white lace camisole while matched the retro pants with chained stripes that Kristen wore on bottom.
Black heels poked out from under her pants and she was minimal with accessories.
Sneak peek: Kristen portrays the late Princess Diana in the upcoming biopic Spencer
Kristen portrays the late Princess Diana in the upcoming biopic Spencer.
She recently revealed that she fell asleep to videos and interviews of the royal in order to prepare for her role, admitting she’s spent so much time studying her that she ‘can’t stop thinking about her.’
She also told how she can relate to some of Diana’s vulnerabilities including the downsides of fame and the struggle with other people’s perceptions, noting that she had ‘tasted’ a ‘high level’ of what she went through.