Courteney Cox showed her continued mastery of the casual-cool ensemble during a brief outing in New York City on Wednesday afternoon.
The 58-year-old Friends star was spotted out in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood as she stepped out of a white SUV and headed into a hotel.
Although she is usually based on the West Coast, she appeared to be enjoying some time in the Big Apple.
Courteney looked relaxed but cool in a plain black T-shirt that highlighted her toned arms.
She tucked her shirt into a complementary pair of straight-cut black jeans, and she contrasted the pants with casual white sneakers that enlivened her look.
Checking in: Courteney Cox, 58, looked cool in all black as she arrived at a hotel in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood on Wednesday
Back in black: Courteney rocked a plain black T-shirt that highlighted her toned arms. She tucked her shirt into a complementary pair of straight-cut black jeans
The television star stayed on point with a small quilted black handbag, and she carried a water bottle to help her stay hydrated during her busy day.
Courtney added an extra stylish touch with a pair of aviator sunglasses with a modest amber tint.
She framed her chic glasses and modestly made-up face by parting her raven tresses — which were styled with faint waves — down the middle.
It’s not clear if the Cougar Town star was in New York City to work on a project, or if she had other business going on.
Seemingly missing from her outing was her partner Johnny McDaid, a member of the Scottish alternative band Snow Patrol.
The keyboardist and guitarist has been dating Courteney for around a decade, and the two even got engaged in 2014, though they later ended their engagement five years later while still remaining in a relationship.
Last year, Courteney spoke about her relationship with Johnny to People, and she revealed that their time being separated when he had to quarantine in the UK at the height of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic made her realize just how important her relationship is.
‘I’ve learned that love is precious,’ she said. ‘As I’ve gotten older, I’ve realized that.’
She went on to call the rocker a ‘great listener,’ and she said he is the most ‘patient’ person she has ever known.
‘He’s a great advice-giver. I love his heart, his intentions. His morals,’ she gushed. ‘He’s extremely talented and obviously musical, but he’s a poet and a writer. He’s just so smart, and I find that really sexy. And then he is gorgeous.’
Also seemingly sitting out the trip was Courteney’s daughter Coco, whom she shares with her ex-husband David Arquette.
Lightening up: She contrasted the pants with casual white sneakers that enlivened her look
Too cool for school: Courtney added an extra stylish touch with a pair of aviator sunglasses with a modest amber tint. She wore her raven hair parted down the middle and styled in waves
MIA: Seemingly missing from her outing was her partner Johnny McDaid, a member of the Scottish alternative band Snow Patrol
Family advice: She also seemed to have traveled without her daughter Coco Arquette. Earlier this month she told Harper’s Bazaar how she urges her daughter to avoid damaging her skin from the sun, as she did years earlier
Earlier this month, the Ace Ventura: Pet Detective actress admitted that she regretted getting too much sun and not using protection when she was younger, and she said she tries to teach her daughter to learn from her mistakes.
‘I mean, the obvious is sun care,’ she told Harper’s Bazaar that she had advised her daughter. ‘Don’t lay in the sun and don’t fry.
‘I always say to my daughter: “Coco, your skin is incredible. Let me show you my chest,”‘ she recounted.
‘Then she’s like, “Mom, I would never have that kind of skin.” I’m like, “Yeah. Your face you always look at, but you forget your body. Wear sunscreen and care about your body. Really use the right products because it catches up.”‘