Katie Holmes takes her back to the ’90s with her latest fashion pick.
On Friday, the 42-year-old actress stepped out to Soho in New York for a mini shopping spree that included stops at Ralph Lauren, Sephora and Santa Maria Novella (from the bags she was pictured wearing this afternoon, anyway).
Holmes kept it casual for the outing in an ensemble that could have come straight from her iconic wardrobe. Dawson Creek character, Joey Potter. The simple ’90s-inspired look included a denim skirt, which fell to the actress’ mid-thigh, and a plain white t-shirt. Holmes accessorized the look with classic black loafers, a solid black face mask and a pair of dark black-rimmed sunglasses.
And, in case you needed a refresher on the iconic Joey Potter ~ lewk ~ (and proof that Holmes looks like it’s stepped straight out of Capeside and onto the streets of New York City in his latest ensemble , here’s a look back at some of Joey Mode Potter’s classics.
Joey’s style was embodied in casual comfort, that is, jeans and t-shirts, pretty much always:
When Joey dressed, it was essentially the same look, but swapping jeans or denim shorts (or overalls because God bless her) for a skirt (sometimes, but not). always, also denim):
Holmes’ latest outing follows news of her split from New York chef Emilio Vitolo, Jr., with whom she was first linked in September 2020. Earlier this month, a rep for the actress confirmed Us weekly that she and Vitolo had “separated amicably but remained friends”.
“Their relationship fizzled out. They realized that they were better off as friends. There was no drama with the breakup and in fact, they are still friends,” a source told the magazine. about the breakup, which would have taken place in late April or early May. “Katie and Emilio really enjoyed their time together, it just didn’t work out. She is focusing on being a mom and her upcoming projects.”
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