Whitney Port opted for orange in her latest outing after addressing concerns about her weight.
While arriving home from an Urth Caffé trip Wednesday, the “Hills” alum showed her petite frame in a strapless dress, patterned with pink dots.
The former reality star accessorized with a purple purse, pink ballet flats and black sunglasses atop her head.
Port, 38, wore her hair clipped back.
The “City” alum’s trip for a green smoothie came nearly two weeks after she admitted to her Instagram followers that her husband, Tim Rosenman, said he was “worried” she was “too thin” amid haters’ “spewing” comments online.
Port wrote, “I eat to live, not the other way around … I always feel hungry but I just don’t know what to eat. It’s not how I want to look or feel though.”
She called herself “too lazy to make feeding [herself] a priority” and “too picky when it comes to taste and quality” in the July 24 Instagram Story post.
One week after bringing her “unacceptable” behavior to light, Port assured her “With Whit” podcast listeners that her weight was not “as big of an issue as it may seem.”
However, she added, “I’m clearly not eating enough and that how I look right now does not look healthy. It’s not how I want to look.”
Port said that she was “on it” in Tuesday’s episode, sharing her plans to “eat thoughtfully … put the right things in [her] body” and “work out in a way that will build muscle.”
The fashion designer gave social media users an update on her eating habits on Thursday.
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“Came back to LA just to go to another strip [mall] for my favorite delicacies,” she captioned a photo of a Baskin-Robbins, where she likes to order a double scoop of Gold Medal Ribbon and Jamoca Almond Fudge in a cone inside of a cup.
“I’m obviously working on understanding my relationship with food so I can be the healthiest version of myself,” Port wrote. “I want to build muscle and be strong for my bones I fully commit to focusing on my personal health.”
That being said, she joked, “Having more ice cream than usual doesn’t suck either.”
Port, who is the mother of a 6-year-old son named Sonny, has previously made headlines for saying she’s never tried pasta and only consumed 1,000 calories at one point in her life.