See how the couple styled their coordinating outfits for their Friday outing in the Big Apple
On Friday, the Deadpool actor, 47, and Gossip Girl alum, 36, were seen taking a morning walk in New York City in coordinating looks which perfectly matched the crisp fall weather.
Lively’s autumn-approved look consisted of a tweed Smythe jacket with oversize pockets, which she teamed with a green-and-yellow striped knit and boyfriend jeans. She added an extra pop of color to her look with pastel yellow high-top Converse sneakers and a yellow-and-white Louis Vuitton handbag. (Her fall topper is still available on the Smythe website if you're looking to treat yourself to a luxe holiday gift.)
Reynolds kept it effortlessly cool in his army jacket teamed with a brown plaid button-down shirt and beige khakis. He finished the look with white sneakers and a gray beanie.
The couple — who tied the knot on Sept. 9, 2012, and have four children together — have been seen out and about embracing their fashion choices in recent months.
Lively wore a preppy light blue jacket, a floral-patterned mini dress and pink bejeweled heels while Reynolds opted for a baby pink shirt, gray pants and spunky socks.
And on the other occasions they’ve been spotted — such as when they were seen grabbing coffee a couple of months ago — the two have embraced their own styles too, Lively often representing her colorful flair (see: her recent red and white skirt set) and Reynolds leaning into his laid-back ensembles.
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While previously chatting with PEOPLE at the Eddie Bauer and American Forests #Hug2Give campaign and The One Tree initative launch event, the actor praised his wife’s love — and knack — for treating everyday like a fashion show, even without ever having a stylist. “My wife’s got some pretty wicked style,” he gushed.
Although a self-described “minimalist,” he supports her hobby: “I think fashion is a fully legitimate form of artistic expression, so it’s one of the few ways we as human beings get to express ourselves without a giant canvas sitting in front of us. I like to see it that way, and I like that she’s passionate about it.”
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