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Studded Star: Rachel Bilson Rocks Studded Ankle Boots & Red Ray-Ban Wayfarers On Shopping Trip

The OC actress hit the trendy Melrose Avenue in LA matching her outfit with a gloved sweater!

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Rachel Bilson wore some eye-catching studded heeled ankle boots, red framed Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses, skinny denim jeans and a sweater that had gloves on! © Atlantic Images

Rachel Bilson fashioned quite the outfit as she was spotted shopping on the trendy Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. The OC actress wore some eye-catching studded heeled ankle boots, red framed Ray-Ban wayfarer sunglasses, skinny denim jeans and a sweater that had gloves on!

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In 2017, Bilson joined the cast of CMT’s Nashville which reunited her with her former The O.C. co-star Chris Carmack. She had previously been of The CW’s Hart of Dixie

Rachel Bilson’s  movies and tv shows include  American Heist (2014), Gossip Girl (2012), Jumper (2008) and Drunk History (2016). She also showed that she is just like any other person rather than a Hollywood actress as she was spotted putting her passport in her mouth to free her hands! Check out the video below:

I DO THAT! Rachel Bilson Puts Her Passport In Her Mouth As She Jets Off On Vacation!

Rachel Bilson is famously private but she  has an official Instagram that you can check out here to keep up with the actress: Rachel Bilson Instagram Official

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Rachel Bilson and her 10 year partner Hayden Christensen have just announced their separation with the couple sharing their two-year-old daughter Briar Rose.

Rachel Bilson Trivia: Rachel Bilson’s classmates included Kirsten Dunst and Katharine Mcphee at the  Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, California.

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