Supermodel Cindy Crawford is effortlessly chic in wide-leg trousers while running errands (PHOTO)
Cindy Crawford can make anything look gorgeous, even a simple task like running an errand. The 48-year-old beauty showed off her off-duty style while out and about in Malibu, California on Thursday, Daily Mail reported.
The mother-of-two was dressed casually in a navy V-neck shirt and beige wide leg trousers for an effortlessly chic outfit.
While most tend to gravitate towards easygoing sweat pants or leggings for a low-key outing, Cindy preferred a stylish pair of beige bootcut jeans for her casual day out.
The former supermodel - who retired from the runway in 2000 - displayed her svelte frame in a simple T-shirt, brown leather belt and wide leg trousers.
She wore her long brunette tresses around her shoulders and rounded out her look with a pair of brown sunglasses, long necklace and strappy sandals.
While it's no secret that Cindy inherited great genes, she is doing her best to keep her good looks staying youthful.
'I was never one of the skinny skinny girls who could eat whatever they wanted, so I certainly exercise and try to eat right,' she told Marie Claire recently.
'I try to be a good role model for my daughter (Kaia Gerber) in terms of just accepting myself, not saying "Does this make me look fat?" or "I can't eat that" or I'm on a diet."'
Adding: 'I just try to lead by example. If we go out for ice cream I'm not going to not have any, I'm just going to have the baby-size cone. I don't want her to think that taking care of yourself means depriving yourself and not having fun. I really think - at any age - it's about learning to be comfortable in your own skin, which is a lot easier said than done. For me, that's doing the kind of work I like.'
And now, Cindy is sharing her diet secrets with fans. She recently launched a meal delivery service that enables customers to follow a clean and healthy eating plan - without the restrictions of a traditional cleanse.
She has teamed up with Neka Pasquale, the founder of organic food company Urban Remedy, to create Cindy's Essentials - a line of shakes, cold-pressed juices, snacks, meals and even caffeinated beverages that can be consumed in three days or spread out over the course of a week.
The kits, which cost $224.99 each, come complete with mint cacao chip smoothies, a variety of green juices, a series of snacks and three lunches and dinners, which include a variety of tasty dishes such as a shredded kale salad and vegetarian pad Thai.