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Hilary Duff might just be the most stylish multitasking mom in Hollywood.
The "Younger" star was recently spotted in Los Angeles with her two daughters, Banks, 2, and Mae, 3 months, and her husband, Matthew Koma, running errands. The 33-year-old was dressed in a pair of ripped jeans and stylish tie-dye top with a pair of practical, comfortable yet chic, pair of $147 CAD/$115 USD Caro sandals by TKEES.
What makes Duff's slides so special? They're not available to buy — yet. Duff's blush coloured sandals are currently available through presale only, but will be available to ship July 16. The flat, leather sandals, which are made in Brazil, are available in six different colours including a dark navy blue and chocolate brown which are available to buy now.
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These summer-worthy sandals have been called "comfortable to wear all day" by shoppers and are an elevated alternative to flip flops or sporty-slides.
Even though Duff looks chic while out and about, the star recently opened up to People about what life is like now that she's a mom of three.
"I have help, but babies just want their mom. Even Luca is still like, 'Mom, Mom, Mom.' Mom cooks the thing the right way, and Mom packs the bag the right way. It's crazy," she explained. "It's a learning curve to throw a newborn into the mix. A lot of people have been like, 'That third kid really gets you.' And they're right!"
Duff added that contrary to the stress she's under, she actually loves the fast-paced lifestyle of being a mother and enjoys it when her house is "buzzing" with excitement.
"I'm so in love with all my kids," she said, "and I love this mayhem...I love when everyone's full of energy and the house is buzzing. You never know what the day is going to bring or what your kid's going to say," she said. "We're in the thick of it, and it feels good."