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May 01, 2013  | by: Rebecca Giampolo
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After giving birth to daughter Lincoln on March 28th, Kristen Bell has finally stepped back into the world of civilization. A seemingly long leave of absence, the new mother is back in action and as fashionable as ever. She pairs her new natural glow of fresh motherhood with minimal make up and tired expressions.

Despite the undeniable exhaustion in Bell’s eyes, her trendy chambray top, floral print pants and high-top sneakers make the 32-year-old mother look like an unengaged teenager. With all the stress an infant can impose on an expecting mother alongside her already-demanding career, I’m sure that would be Bell’s one wish. “I allow my style to change with my mood. Sometimes I like menswear, sometimes girly, other times bohemian,” the star said at the CMT Awards on June 5th.

Kristen Bell is not one of the celebrities whose maternal instincts I would instantly question, however, her newfound love for leggings and neon-laced sneakers does leave me a little skeptical. But the Michigan native did mention in her CMT Awards interview that she is dressing for comfort now that she’s a mom. Not only can Bell rest easy her in soft tees and dresses, but so can America, knowing Dax Shepard’s fiancée is bound to raise a charming little girl.

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