Paris Jackson enjoyed a sunny stroll through West Hollywood with one of her dogs on Tuesday.
The 25-year-old musician — who made a shocking fashion statement last week — wore a cream, orange, and brown horizontally-striped sweater.
The clothing item had a modest crew neckline and slightly billowing long sleeves.
She teamed it with a pair of dark blue distressed jeans that were cuffed at her calves and added chunky brown boots.
Jackson, the daughter of late pop icon Michael Jackson, wore her tousled blonde locks loose.
Out and about: Paris Jackson enjoyed a sunny stroll through West Hollywood with one of her dogs on Tuesday
Fall-inspired: The 25-year-old musician wore a cream, orange, and brown horizontally-striped sweater
Paris set a pair of dark sunglasses on top of her head and layered long necklaces around her neck.
She carried a brown purse over her shoulder and held a coffee-like beverage in a tall glass bottle.
Her textured, lace-up boots had a thick black platform sole as she walked through a residential area with her brown pup.
The dog wore a green harness and Jackson walked it along a sidewalk with a black collar and leash around its neck.
In January the music artist was seen looking distressed as she frantically looked for her other dog, Koa Bear, after losing track of her.
She recovered the animal a short while later and was seen zooming off in a Porsche with it in her lap.
Paris looked relieved and relaxed as she settled into music engineer Justin Long’s silver convertible with her pet.
Koa had a leash around her neck as they both gazed peacefully out of the car’s window while they drove off.
Hair: Jackson, the daughter of late pop icon Michael Jackson, wore her tousled blonde locks loose
Beloved pet: In January the music artist was seen looking distressed as she frantically looked for her other dog, Koa Bear, after losing track of her
Jackson is taking a pause from the stage after a recent sold-out show at the Hollywood Bowl, which closed out her six-week tour as the opening act for Incubus and Action Bronson.
‘It was a blast,’ she told Grazia UK. ‘It was definitely the most hardcore tour I’ve done so far… chasing a bus across the Midwest.’
Paris’ musical style is more indie-rock, rather than pop like her famous father.
Her first solo album, Wilted, reached number one in 2020 on U.S. iTunes Alternative Albums chart. She is currently working on her second album and recently released the single Hit Your Knees.