Natalie Portman is on trend as she steps out in Native American-inspired sweater
| Brittany Valadez For Dailymail.com
1/19/2019 5:32 AM EST
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She is a spokesmodel for luxury brand Dior.
And on Friday, Natalie Portman stepped out in LA, carrying a bag a from the Spring 2018 collection.
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The 37-year-old swapped out the purse's classic logo strap for a Native-American inspired one, also from the brand.
The Israeli star paired her pricey bag with a cozy sweater, which coordinated perfectly with her purse strap.
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The mother-of-two added a pair of dark skinny jeans to her look.
Natalie topped off her ensemble with a pair of brown socks, animal print slides and shades.
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The actress has been with Dior for nearly a...
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