Blake Lively Rocks a Curly Bob, Leopard Coat on the Set of New Woody Allen Film

Blake Lively on the Set of An Untitled Woody Allen Film in NYC
Blake Lively works a faux bob and the perfect fall outfit on the set of the new Woody Allen film, on Oct. 8 Jesse Bauer/Dbdpix.Com

Hair envy — always! No matter what she does with her tresses, Blake Lively looks stunning. She proved as much on Oct. 8, when she rocked a gorgeous curly bob.

Blake Lively - leopard print cloak
Blake Lively Spotted on the Set of An Untitled Woody Allen Film in NYC on Oct. 7 2015. Jesse Bauer/Dbdpix.Com

Rocking the faux short crop on the set of the new (unnamed) Woody Allen film, the Age of Adaline star, 28, looked every inch the '40s era beauty — at least from the neck up. From the shoulders down, Lively stunned in a modern-looking street style outfit, showing off her long legs in skinny J Brand jeans, a sweater by One Great Day, and a luxe leopard cloak by Lindsey Thornburg.

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Blake Lively seen the set of an Untitled Woody Allen Project on October 7, 2015 in New York City. Robert Kamau/GC Images

The Gossip Girl alum's stunning fall ensemble was a contrast to her costume on set, which was a metallic column gown. Earlier in the day, Lively was spotted in the skimpy formal dress, covered up with a Fila track jacket to stay warm in between takes.

The mom of daughter James Reynolds, 9 months, has gotten fully back into the swing of acting since announcing on Sept. 30 that she would be shutting down her business venture, lifestyle site Preserve.

Though she admits that shuttering the website was a hard choice, it's clear that she's confident in her decision. "We have an incredible team of people who do beautiful work, but we launched the site before it was ready, and it never caught up to its original mission: It’s not making a difference in people’s lives, whether superficially or in a meaningful way," Lively announced to Vogue. "And that’s the whole reason I started this company, not just to fluff myself, like, 'I'm a celebrity! People will care what I have to say!' It was so never meant to be that, and that kind of became the crutch because it was already up and already running, and it’s hard to build a brand when you’re running full steam ahead—how do you catch up?"

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