Anna Kendrick rocks a chic plaid ensemble before slipping into a vibrant look while discussing her newest movie Alice, Darling

Anna Kendrick was spotted in New York City on Wednesday morning showcasing two stylish ensembles. The 37-year-old actress rocked a vibrant skirt suit followed by a beige plaid set as she promoted her film Alice, Darling. The thriller drama explores the challenges faced by a young woman enduring psychological abuse from her partner, reflecting aspects of Kendrick’s personal history with a toxic ex-boyfriend that she bravely shared in a recent interview.

Multiple looks: Anna Kendrick, 37, modeled two chic outfits in New York City on Wednesday morning.

Stepping out: The actress donned two eye-catching matching jacket and skirt sets while on a promo tour for her film Alice, Darling

Anna Kendrick, aged 37, flaunted two coordinated jacket and skirt sets during a promotional tour for her movie Alice, Darling in New York City. She made a stylish entrance at CBS Studios to discuss her recently released film, which premiered on December 30. The star of Pitch Perfect rocked a chic plaid jacket with eye-catching neon yellow details and sleek black buttons by LE SUPERBE. Paired with a matching mini skirt and a soft pastel yellow top, she appeared on CBS Mornings looking effortlessly chic. Completing her look with camel suede pointed-toe heels and a navy-and-white patterned clutch, the Emmy-nominated actress exuded sophistication and charm.

Chic: While arriving at CBS Studios to talk about her recent film - which premiered on December 30 - the Pitch Perfect star wore a neutral plaid, mid-length jacket with neon yellow details and black buttons

Stylish: When she showed up at CBS Studios to discuss her latest movie that came out on December 30th, the actress from Pitch Perfect rocked a chic, mid-length plaid jacket in neutral tones highlighted with pops of neon yellow and sleek black buttons.

The lead in A Simple Favor sported her brown locks in a casual, wavy style with a professional blowout. Her makeup was kept simple, featuring lush lashes and a pretty coral pink lipstick.

After the morning interview, the native of Portland was seen leaving the studio in a trendy Moschino cropped jacket paired with a matching geometric-print midi skirt.

Bold: Later, the Portland native was spotted leaving the morning talk show in a Moschino cropped jacket with the matching geometric-print midi skirt

Afterwards, the person from Portland was seen exiting the morning talk show wearing a stylish Moschino cropped jacket paired with a matching geometric-print midi skirt. She opted for a high-neck top, similar to the one she had on before but in a sleek black color. Completing her look, she accessorized with an Alexis Bittar black crocodile purse featuring gold hoop handles. To top it off, she switched into a pair of shiny black platform heels with a chic T-strap design.

Her latest film: In Alice, Darling, Kendrick plays a young woman stuck in a toxic relationship with a psychologically abusive boyfriend

In her most recent movie, “Alice, Darling,” Kendrick portrays a young lady who finds herself trapped in a harmful relationship with a boyfriend who is mentally abusive.

On the talk show: She talked about how psychological abuse gets less attention than physical abuse.

During her appearance on the talk show, she discussed the lack of awareness towards psychological abuse compared to physical abuse. In her film Alice, Darling, Kendrick portrays a character entangled in a harmful relationship with a psychologically abusive partner. The actress, who not only stars in the movie but also serves as an executive producer, openly shared that she drew inspiration from her personal experiences for the project.

Drawing from her experience: The thriller drama follows a young woman facing psychological abuse from her partner - which, she recently divulged, holds several comparisons to her own past experience with a toxic ex-boyfriend

Based on her own personal experiences, the thriller drama depicts a young woman grappling with emotional abuse from her partner, drawing parallels to her past toxic relationship with an ex-boyfriend.

Speaking openly about the subject, she mentioned the taboo nature of discussing such issues, attributing it to feelings of shame and embarrassment. She acknowledged the difficulty of articulating such experiences and commended the filmmakers for their brave portrayal of the complex dynamics at play.

The narrative of the movie keeps viewers guessing as to what is real and what is not, mirroring the confusion and manipulation that often characterize abusive relationships. The psychological toll of constantly questioning one’s own perceptions and experiences is central to the film’s impact, placing the audience in a place of uncertainty and vulnerability.

She said: 'Your mind starts to play tricks on you and you don't know if you can trust your own perception and your [own] experience, and the movie kind of puts you in that place.'

She mentioned how the mind can begin to deceive you, causing doubt in your own perceptions and experiences. The movie effectively places you in that state of uncertainty.

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