Elisabeth Moss shows off her casual sense of style in a dark brown sweater and black pants while filming on set in Los Angeles

Elisabeth Moss showed off her casual sense of style in a comfy ensemble as she spent time on a set in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

The Handmaid’s Tale actress, 41 — who has been busy filming the upcoming science-fiction thriller called Shell — was spotted arriving to set to kick off her busy day.

The star cut a low-key figure wearing a pair of black pants as well as a dark brown sweater to keep her warm in the cooler temperatures.

She additionally slipped into a pair of black Converse sneakers that were secured with white laces.

Her blonde locks were parted to the side, and flowed down naturally past her shoulders. 

Elisabeth Moss, 41, showed off her casual sense of style in a comfy ensemble as she spent time on a set in Los Angeles on Tuesday

The star cut a low-key figure wearing a pair of black pants as well as a dark brown sweater to keep her warm in the cooler temperatures

The star cut a low-key figure wearing a pair of black pants as well as a dark brown sweater to keep her warm in the cooler temperatures

The beauty was seen holding a blue water bottle in her hand to help her stay hydrated.

At one point, she was also spotted with a glass cup while walking outside. 

She held a small, black purse in her spare hand to hold a few items she needed while filming. 

Later in the day, Elisabeth underwent a quick outfit change and while sporting similar black pants, the star donned a brown and black-striped sweater. 

The Mad Men alum added a pair of fashionable shades to protect her eyes while making her way under the bright sunshine. 

The Golden Globe winner was also spotted on set switching into a black sweater and she easily rolled up the long sleeves towards her elbows.  

Earlier this month, the actress was seen filming the upcoming, sci-fi thriller, Shell, in Los Angeles. 

The movie — which is directed by Max Minghella — not only stars Moss, but also Kate Hudson and Kaia Gerber. 

Shell will be a reunion for both Elisabeth and Max, who both starred together in The Handmaid’s Tale — which has been renewed for a sixth and final season.  

She additionally slipped into a pair of black, Converse sneakers that were secured with white laces

She additionally slipped into a pair of black, Converse sneakers that were secured with white laces

She held a small, black purse in her hand to hold a few items she needed while filming

The beauty was seen holding a blue water bottle in her hand to help her stay hydrated. At one point, she was also spotted with a glass cup in her hand while walking outside

She held a small, black purse in her hand to hold a few items she needed while filming

Later in the day, Elisabeth underwent a quick outfit change and while sporting similar black pants, the star donned a brown and black-striped sweater

Later in the day, Elisabeth underwent a quick outfit change and while sporting similar black pants, the star donned a brown and black-striped sweater

The Mad Men alum added a pair of fashionable shades to protect her eyes while making her way under the bright sunshine

Along with holding a water bottle and black purse in her hands, she also carried her smartphone

The Mad Men alum added a pair of fashionable shades to protect her eyes while making her way under the bright sunshine

Elisabeth portrays the character of Samantha, while the premise is, ‘Set in the near future, when society has reached unprecedented heights in its cultural fixation with youth and beauty,’ per an IMDB synopsis.  

In a statement, per Deadline, Moss opened up about being a part of the project and gushed, ‘This is one of the most unique, entertaining and special scripts I’ve ever read…’

She continued, ‘I am so honored to be a part of it as an actor and flattered that Max came to me with this character, who’s unlike anyone I’ve ever played before.’ 

‘Having worked with Max for years on The Handmaid’s Tale, I’m so thrilled to now be directed by him as I’m a huge fan of his as a filmmaker.’ 

Minghella had also stated, ‘Shell packs a wildly entertaining genre movie with iconic characters and universal themes that are bound to have people talking long after they leave the theater.’ 

She will also appear in the sixth and final season of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale — which is expected to premiere in 2025, per Elle. 

The finale episode of the fifth season aired late last year in November 2022. 

Moss has tackled the leading role of June Osborne in the show, and stepped behind the camera as a producer and also directed episodes in the series. 

Earlier this month, the actress was seen filming the upcoming, sci-fi thriller, Shell, in Los Angeles

Earlier this month, the actress was seen filming the upcoming, sci-fi thriller, Shell, in Los Angeles

In a statement, per Deadline , Moss opened up about being a part of the project and gushed, 'This is one of the most unique, entertaining and special scripts I've ever read...'

In a statement, per Deadline , Moss opened up about being a part of the project and gushed, ‘This is one of the most unique, entertaining and special scripts I’ve ever read…’

She will also appear in the sixth and final season of Hulu's The Handmaid's Tale - which is expected to premiere in 2025, per Elle; seen in November 2022 in L.A.

She will also appear in the sixth and final season of Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale – which is expected to premiere in 2025, per Elle; seen in November 2022 in L.A. 

During an interview with Good Morning America, she discussed directing while also simultaneously starring in the series. 

‘I can only speak for myself, but it’s not as crazy of a leap as you would think. I’ve been so involved in the show over the last few years and I have watched myself a million times.’ 

‘And I’ve been able to become very, very objective about my own performance so it’s actually not that crazy.’ 

She revealed that the reason she wanted to direct on the series was because, ‘You’re supposed to direct something that you feel connected to and you feel like you know how to tell the story and that’s how I felt about this show.’  

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