Ariel Winter stepped out to run some errands on Sunday, including picking up some interesting items at a local UPS Store.
According to The Daily Mail, the Modern Family star was seen carrying a huge roll of bubble wrap that looked almost too big for one person to carry, in addition to a few other items, such as tape.
Ariel wore a very comfortable-looking outfit, including a cute, white sweater with a heart design and checked pattern on it, as well as a pair of gray joggers. She completed the look with some white, Vans-style, slip-on shoes and a colorful face mask for protection.
She wore her locks up in a messy up-do, and it appeared that the pink dye she recently had put in was fading. Ariel underwent the radical hair change back in September, as The Inquisitr reported. She unveiled the new look after having sported platinum blonde locks for most of the summer. However, the move probably didn't shock her social media followers, as she is known for swapping her hair color every once in a while.
While she made her way out of the shop, Ariel had to juggle carrying the bubble wrap, duct tape, a red wallet and her phone all at the same time.
The Daily Mail speculated that the 22-year-old might be preparing to move as she was recently spotted looking for properties with her boyfriend, fellow actor Luke Benward, 25. The couple has been together since December of last year, and they have reportedly been spending quarantine together. According to Ariel's Instagram page, they recently finished shooting their second project together as well.
The actress was also spotted going for a pharmacy run last week. Per The Daily Mail, Ariel rocked a comfy outfit that day as well, as she hit the streets of her Studio City neighborhood in Los Angeles. She sported a light gray The Office sweatshirt, with the famous Dunder Mifflin logo across the front.
She completed the look with a pair of black leggings and the same Vans-style shoes she wore on Sunday. She covered up her face with a cute, heart-patterned face mask and kept her hair up in a bun once again.