Makeup-free Lucy Hale flaunts her figure in a crop top and shorts as she walks her dogs Ethel and Elvis

Lucy Hale dressed comfortably as she enjoyed some downtime in Los Angeles on Wednesday.

The Pretty Little Liars star, 32, showed off her toned legs in a pair of oversized black and white DNKY shorts as she headed to the park to walk her dogs Ethel and Elvis. 

The actress coupled her vibrant bottoms with a slate crop top, flashing a glimpse of her svelte midriff as she soaked up the sunshine. 

Top of the crops: Lucy Hale dressed comfortably as she enjoyed some downtime in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Top of the crops: Lucy Hale dressed comfortably as she enjoyed some downtime in Los Angeles on Wednesday 

Slipping her feet into mauve trainers, Lucy completed the look with a white Second Left baseball cap with sunglasses hooked on her top.  

Looking fresh faced and makeup-free, the actress accessorised her casual look with a selection of gold jewellery.

Lucy, who currently plays Rose Baker in the TV series Privileged, appeared at ease as she lovingly lifted her pooches out of her SUV. 

The singer often shares snaps on social media of her fur babies and recently spoke to Hello magazine of her love for Elvis before the arrival of Ethel. 

Puppy love: The Pretty Little Liars star, 32, showed off her toned legs in a pair of oversized black and white shorts as she headed to the park to walk her dogs Ethel and Elvis
Dedicated dog mom: The singer often shares snaps on social media of her fur babies

Puppy love: The Pretty Little Liars star, 32, showed off her toned legs in a pair of oversized black and white DKNY shorts as she headed to the park to walk her dogs Ethel and Elvis 

Dare to bare: The actress coupled her vibrant bottoms with a slate crop top, flashing a glimpse of her svelte midriff as she soaked up the sunshine

Dare to bare: The actress coupled her vibrant bottoms with a slate crop top, flashing a glimpse of her svelte midriff as she soaked up the sunshine 

She said: 'I feel like my dog is just my little soulmate. I'm so obsessed with him. 

'He's been there for me through ups and downs. I'm actually thinking about getting another one, and I'm sure I'll eventually just have a house full of dogs.'

The screen star has been prepping for the release of her forthcoming feature The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry. 

The upcoming movie is based on Gabrielle Zevin's novel of the same name, which was published in 2014. 

Off-duty beauty: Looking fresh faced and makeup-free, the actress accessorised her casual look with a selection of gold jewellery

Off-duty beauty: Looking fresh faced and makeup-free, the actress accessorised her casual look with a selection of gold jewellery 

Day out: Slipping her feet into mauve trainers, Lucy completed the look with a white Second Left baseball cap with sunglasses hooked on her top

Day out: Slipping her feet into mauve trainers, Lucy completed the look with a white Second Left baseball cap with sunglasses hooked on her top

The film is centered on a bookstore-owning widower whose life takes a downturn after his precious collection of Edgar Allan Poe's poetry is stolen.

However, the character's life is drastically changed after he receives a mysterious package. 

Lucy is set to portray a woman named Amelia in the upcoming feature, and her casting was announced last July.

Other cast members include Christina Hendricks, David Arquette and Kunal Nayyar, who will portray the movie's titular character.  

Lucy, Nayyar and Hendricks will all serve as three of the movie's executive producers.

It's a dog's life: Lucy, who currently plays Rose Baker in the TV series Privileged, appeared at ease as she lovingly lifted her pooches out of her SUV

It's a dog's life: Lucy, who currently plays Rose Baker in the TV series Privileged, appeared at ease as she lovingly lifted her pooches out of her SUV 

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Lucy Hale flaunts her figure in a crop top and shorts as she walks her dogs Ethel and Elvis

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