Blake Lively Looks Gorgeous in Retro Look on Age of Adaline Set: See the Pics

Celebrity Style Mar. 18, 2014 AT 12:20PM
Blake Lively filming her new movie Age of Adaline in Vancouver.
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Blake's back to work!

Blake Lively went back in time (fashionably speaking, of course) while filming her new movie, Age of Adaline, in Vancouver on March 17.

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The Gossip Girl alum, 26, plays the titular character, who stops aging after surviving a near-fatal accident in the early 20th century. The film, which also stars Harrison Ford and Ellen Burstyn, follows Adaline through the years, which hopefully means we'll get a fun look at the best retro styles of the century (Fingers crossed for Lively in a flapper dress!).

First up seems to be a 1950s scene as Lively sported a retro look of a pastel color-blocked sweater, emerald flare skirt, and camel coat on set on March 17. Lively's blonde hair was parted on the side and pulled back into a low ponytail with twists in the front.

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Blake Lively goes retro on the set of Age of Adaline.
Blake Lively goes retro on the set of Age of Adaline.
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But it's not all work and no play for Lively: Husband Ryan Reynolds (a Vancouver native!) met her on set for lunch, looking sexy in a dark grey plaid jacket, jeans, and, our favorite, a bit of scruff. The RIPD star, 37, also let a more natural salt-and-pepper hair color take over.

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Ryan Reynolds visits Blake Lively on the set of her upcoming movie,
Ryan Reynolds visits Blake Lively on the set of her upcoming movie, "Adaline" in his hometown, Vancouver.
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The Lee Toland Krieger-directed film is the first movie for Lively since 2012's Savages. In the interim, she's been focusing on a new lifestyle brand a la Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop. "The main element of it is that it's about storytelling and it's about living a very one-of-a-kind, curated life, and how to achieve that," she told Vogue UK. "There's nothing like it out there -- it's without a genre."

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