Tallulah Willis sports a boho chic look in a red beanie and striped top while shopping with a friend

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Tallulah Willis sports another boho chic look in a bright red beanie and striped top while out shopping with a friend in Venice Beach

She’s the youngest daughter of one of Hollywood’s highest profile former couples, who recently launched her own clothing brand.

And Tallulah Willis was again seen modeling her own style on Sunday, while out shopping with a friend along the popular Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice Beach, California.

The 26-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis sported a bright red woolen beanie cap over her cropped brown hair, along with a beige face mask.

On her own path: Tallulah Willis was again seen modeling her own style on Sunday, while out shopping with a friend along the popular Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice Beach

The Los Angeles-born Tallulah also wore a striped blue and white polo shirt, along with very short pale blue shorts. 

She donned brown leather ballet flats on her feet, and carried an orange leather purse with tortoiseshell chain on her shoulder. 

Willis held hands as she walked along with her friend, before picking up some food and drinks to go. 

Friend outing: The 26-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis sported a bright red woolen beanie cap over her cropped brown hair, along with a beige face mask

Friend outing: The 26-year-old daughter of Demi Moore and Bruce Willis sported a bright red woolen beanie cap over her cropped brown hair, along with a beige face mask

The sighting comes after Tallulah recently launched her new brand Wyllis, with pal Rachael Finley.

To celebrate the occasion, the famous Hollywood offspring showcased her physique in a black bikini on Wednesday while holding a branded green cake.

The entrepreneur looked incredible as she flaunted her toned figure in the Instagram snap, modeling a navy two-piece with studded cutout straps.

Business launch: The sighting comes after Tallulah recently launched her new brand Wyllis

Business launch: The sighting comes after Tallulah recently launched her new brand Wyllis

Tallulah swept her wet-look raven tresses back, while she accessorised with a pair of quirky cat-eye sunglasses. 

The new clothing brand Wyllis is unique as it features artwork from Tallulah herself in a bid to raise awareness around mental health.

Speaking about her brand, Tallulah told People: ‘I want it to be an extension of myself. I think that when you do a personally named brand, there is a closer connection because it’s who you are.’

And as seen on the brand’s Instagram page, Tallulah has succeeded in making her collection inclusive of all sizes and racial backgrounds, saying that the only reason that she wanted people not to buy her clothes is if they didn’t like them. 

Speaking about her brand, Tallulah told People: 'I want it to be an extension of myself. I think that when you do a personally named brand, there is a closer connection because it's who you are'; seen on Instagram

Speaking about her brand, Tallulah told People: ‘I want it to be an extension of myself. I think that when you do a personally named brand, there is a closer connection because it’s who you are’; seen on Instagram

Business partners: Willis launched the brand with pal Rachael Finley (left)

Business partners: Willis launched the brand with pal Rachael Finley (left)

Her own fashion: The new clothing brand Wyllis is unique as it features artwork from Tallulah herself in a bid to raise awareness around mental health

Her own fashion: The new clothing brand Wyllis is unique as it features artwork from Tallulah herself in a bid to raise awareness around mental health

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