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Anyone familiar with Reese Witherspoon's acting career will likely highlight "Wild" as one of the actress's best films.
The 2014 movie is an adaptation of the best-selling memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail by Cheryl Strayed. Reese Witherspoon takes on the role of Cheryl as she embarks on a 1,100-mile solo hike across the Pacific Crest Trail.
The Oscar-nominated film not only inspired a legion of hikers in what's now referred to as the "Wild" effect but appears to have made a lasting impression on Reese herself.
On Tuesday, the 46-year-old actress shared a selfie on her Instagram story with the caption, "Ready to hike!"
"The Morning Show" star can be seen wearing a red crop top, matching red leggings, and a check-print hiking hip pack from The Great + Eddie Bauer.
Thanking The Great for the "awesome gear," Reese was all smiles as she sported the limited-edition collaboration between the two brands.
In the photo, Reese is wearing The Hiking Tank in pimento red. A versatile middleman between a bra and a tank top, the sleeveless style is made from quick-drying stretch fabric and hits just below the bust line. It's available in three pretty designs, including vintage floral and sizes XS to 3X.
The Hollywood starlet paired the tank top with The Hip Pack in Expedition Green. The bag, which can be worn as a belt bag or a crossbody, comes with two beverage side pockets, a large inner compartment and is made from durable and lightweight polyester.
Peaking through at the bottom of the photo is The Great + Eddie Bauer's The Hiking Legging. The shape-sculpting leggings feature a super high waist and wide waistband for a slimming look and feel. They're available in three designs and sizes XS to 3X.
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