Selma Blair rocks cropped knit sweater and low-rise jeans while walking with her service dog on a sunny day

Selma Blair rocks cropped knit sweater and low-rise jeans while walking with her service dog on a sunny day

Selma Blair was spotted enjoying a stroll with her service dog Scout in Los Angeles on Monday.

For her outing, the actress, 51, looked effortlessly stylish in a cropped, cream knit sweater with bell sleeves layered over a white camisole.

She went for a monochromatic white ensemble as she sported a pair of oversize, low-rise jeans with a thick cream rope as her belt.

She donned a pair of patterned strap-on sandals for her dog walk to get a mid-day pick-me-up from a coffee shop. 

The Cruel Intentions star — who looked sensational in a black blazer dress at the Fashion Trust Awards last week — opted for a minimal-to-no-makeup look and wore a pair of round sunglasses. 

Selma Blair rocks cropped knit sweater and low-rise jeans while walking with her service dog on a sunny day

Selma Blair was spotted enjoying a stroll with her service dog Scout in Los Angeles on Monday. For her outing, the actress, 51, looked effortlessly stylish in a cropped, cream knit sweater with bell sleeves layered over a white camisole 

She threw up her platinum blonde bob out of her face in an effortless updo with a deep side part.

The Hellboy alum also accessorized with a long gold chain necklace for a touch of glamour. 

Blair previously opened up about her multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis and revealed she brought home the Labrador Retriever in late 2021 to provide her with assistance if she suffers a ‘spasm.’ 

According to the Mayo Clinic, MS is ‘a potentially disabling disease of the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system).’

MS causes ‘the immune system attacks the protective sheath (myelin) that covers nerve fibers and causes communication problems between your brain and the rest of your body.’

In October 2022, Blair spoke with Entertainment Tonight about her experience with the disease and said her dog Scout stays by her side in case she may feel faint or ‘very disoriented.’

‘The thing is, I pass out a lot,’ she explained.

‘It’s part of the reason I have Scout and it doesn’t mean I lose consciousness [or] it’s a whole ambulance experience,’ she continued.

She went for a monochromatic white ensemble as she sported a pair of oversize, low-rise jeans with a thick cream rope as her belt. She donned a pair of patterned strap-on sandals for her dog walk to get a mid-day pick-me-up from a coffee shop

She went for a monochromatic white ensemble as she sported a pair of oversize, low-rise jeans with a thick cream rope as her belt. She donned a pair of patterned strap-on sandals for her dog walk to get a mid-day pick-me-up from a coffee shop

Blair previously opened up about her multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis and revealed she brought home the Labrador Retriever in late 2021 to provide her with assistance if she suffers a 'spasm'

Blair previously opened up about her multiple sclerosis (MS) diagnosis and revealed she brought home the Labrador Retriever in late 2021 to provide her with assistance if she suffers a ‘spasm’

Because of her battle with multiple sclerosis, which she was diagnosed with in 2018, she is often seen using a cane for assistance; seen in March 2024

Because of her battle with multiple sclerosis, which she was diagnosed with in 2018, she is often seen using a cane for assistance; seen in March 2024

In the past, she said her dog Scout stays by her side in case she may feel faint or 'very disoriented'

In the past, she said her dog Scout stays by her side in case she may feel faint or ‘very disoriented’

She has also gushed about her precious pooch before, saying that he is a 'tremendous gift' to her

She has also gushed about her precious pooch before, saying that he is a ‘tremendous gift’ to her

‘It’s something [wherein] I lose my vision, gravity pulls me down and I’m very disoriented and gone for a spell.’

Earlier that year in May 2022, Blair told People that Scout is a ‘tremendous gift’ to her.

‘It’s a big undertaking, and he’s still young, not yet two, but he’s a tremendous gift,’ she told the outlet. 

‘He’s with me all the time,’ she added. ‘If I fall into a big [muscle] spasm or have some trouble moving and need to recalibrate, he can get between my legs, help me get up, and balance me.’ 

Because of Scout, she said that she and her family members feel more reassured about her safety amid her MS battle.

‘It’s given me a lot of independence,’ she said. ‘My son, when he goes to his dad’s, he loves knowing Scout is by my side. And I didn’t realize he had concerns about my mobility or safety.’ 

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