Katie Holmes has certainly been making the most of her summer. On Sunday, the Dawson's Creek star enjoyed a day of sunbathing during a trip to Ohio, and took to her Instagram account to post a stylish selfie. In the black-and-white photo, Katie looked cool in a pair of oversized sunglasses with a camouflage print frame and a T-shirt from popular Toledo-based diner, Tony Packo's Café. Fans of the actress were delighted at her choice of T-shirt, with one writing: "Love Tony Packo's", while another added: "Love going to Tony Packo's whenever I am home." Another fan wrote: "Oh lovee the shades."
Katie Holmes looked cool in a Tony Packo's T-shirt while she sunbathed in Ohio
Katie has been in Ohio, where she grew up before she started acting in her teens, to celebrate her sister's birthday. The notoriously private actress gave fans a glimpse into her home life by sharing a sweet family photo of her with her relatives, which also featured her 11-year-old daughter, Suri. Katie looked stylish in a ruffled blouse and white trousers, and kept her look casual by scraping her brunette hair up in a messy bun.
Katie and her family celebrated her sister's birthday over the weekend
While Katie is much adored for her down-to-earth approach to fashion, the actress is no stranger to getting dressed up for the red carpet either. Back in June, she turned heads at the 2017 Fragrance Foundation Awards in New York, stepping out in a form-fitting gown by her good friend, designer Zac Posen. The £7,932 dress was adorned with intricate beaded floral embroidery in gold and forest green hues. The whimsical embellishments offset the statement fishtail train, which glided behind her as she made her way inside the star-studded ceremony.
The mother-of-one dazzled on the red carpet in Zac Posen earlier in the year
The doting mum's influence also appears to be rubbing off on Suri. Katie previously opened up about her then four-year-old daughter's love of fashion, saying: "I grew up the youngest of five, so there were a lot of hand-me-downs that I would sort of change up. And Suri and I do that now with her clothes. Or rather, she does it. She says, 'I want this sleeve cut,' and it's like, 'Okay, we'll cut it.'"