Emily Ratajkowski brightens up the day in canary yellow slip dress as she runs errands at organic grocery store

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With her striking features, it doesn’t take much for her to stand out.

But Emily Ratajkowski managed to do just that on Monday.

The actress, 27, brightened up the day in a canary yellow slip-style dress with delicate spaghetti straps while leaving an organic grocery store in Los Angeles with a friend.

The elegant yet laid-back dress dangled effortlessly alongside her slender figure, accentuating her hips and long legs.

Emily teamed the bright and bold number with sneakers, a retro pair of sunglasses, and a long silver necklace.

By the looks of her wet hair, she appeared fresh out of a shower.

Strolling outside of the shop in a pair of comfortable white sneakers, Emily looked relaxed and refreshed while preparing to tuck into some healthy food.

But taking to Twitter last month, an unrepentant Emily insisted her husband is ‘fighting the good fight’ by not paying the $5,000 per-month demanded for their loft conversion in trendy upper-class neighborhood Noho.

‘People thinking he’s rich is real nice but not based in fact,’ she wrote. ‘He was raised in the neighborhood he lives in now, both of his parents are artists who were priced out of their homes in downtown New York.’

She added: ‘I moved in [with] him a year ago. I’m proud he’s fighting the good fight against a real estate conglomerate that bought the building he lives in for 40 million and has continued to spread misinformation on its tenants in order to profit.

‘NYC has changed so much and it’s a shame that people who work in creative fields are being moved out of the city.’

Not pictured with Emily was her husband, Sebastian Bear-McClard.

The model recently defended under-fire husband, 38, amid claims he is living rent free in an upmarket New York apartment thanks to a legal loophole.

The independent film producer, who married Emily in 2018, has been accused of using a ‘loophole meant to protect struggling artists’ to avoid paying rent, according to The New York Post.

But taking to Twitter last month, an unrepentant Emily insisted her husband is ‘fighting the good fight’ by not paying the $5,000 per-month demanded for their loft conversion in trendy upper-class neighborhood Noho.

‘People thinking he’s rich is real nice but not based in fact,’ she wrote. ‘He was raised in the neighborhood he lives in now, both of his parents are artists who were priced out of their homes in downtown New York.’

She added: ‘I moved in [with] him a year ago. I’m proud he’s fighting the good fight against a real estate conglomerate that bought the building he lives in for 40 million and has continued to spread misinformation on its tenants in order to profit.

‘NYC has changed so much and it’s a shame that people who work in creative fields are being moved out of the city.’

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