Cate Blanchett jazzes up her sheer shirt and cigarette pants with chic patterned jacket as hectic promo schedule for Truth rumbles on

She looked great when she stepped out in New York City on Thursday to record her appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

And Cate Blanchett, 46, looked just as good when she stepped out in the Big Apple the following day wearing the exact same outfit.

The A-lister showed no trace of embarrassment as she left hotel having recycled her see-through top and cigarette pants.

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Deja vu! Cate Blanchett, 46,  stepped out in the Big Apple the following day wearing the exact same outfit she wore the day before

Deja vu! Cate Blanchett, 46, stepped out in the Big Apple the following day wearing the exact same outfit she wore the day before

The Elizabeth star's sheer black blouse featured a tie neckline and clearly showed her black bra beneath.

Trying to mix things up a bit she adding a floral blazer to her chic ensemble and had swapped her pointy court shoes for black patent tasseled flats.

She'd also changed her eyewear, ditching her pink glasses for a pair of dark sunglasses. 

Bold: The A-lister showed no trace of embarrassment as she left hotel having recycled her see-through top and cigarette pants

Bold: The A-lister showed no trace of embarrassment as she left hotel having recycled her see-through top and cigarette pants

Recycled chic: The Elizabeth star's sheer black blouse featured a tie neckline and clearly showed her black bra beneath
Recycled chic: The Elizabeth star's sheer black blouse featured a tie neckline and clearly showed her black bra beneath

Recycled chic: The Elizabeth star's sheer black blouse featured a tie neckline and clearly showed her black bra beneath

Here we go again: Trying to mix things up a bit she adding a floral blazer to her chic ensemble and had swapped her pointy court shoes for black patent tasseled flats

Here we go again: Trying to mix things up a bit she adding a floral blazer to her chic ensemble and had swapped her pointy court shoes for black patent tasseled flats

She flashed a huge smile as she headed out for the day for another round of interviews as she promotes her new film Truth.

The mother-of-four, who wed writer husband Andrew Upton in 1997, wore her blonde hair is a relaxed updo. 

On Thursday Blanchett had thrown a chic jacket with slim lapel over her see-through top. 

Edgy look: The actress  wore the same see-through black blouse and unique pink glasses as she appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday

Edgy look: The actress wore the same see-through black blouse and unique pink glasses as she appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday

Inspired: The Australian style icon often chooses fashion-forward looks

Inspired: The Australian style icon often chooses fashion-forward looks

Impressed: The actress seemed to be very impressed as host Stephen Colbert showed off his didgeridoo skills 

Impressed: The actress seemed to be very impressed as host Stephen Colbert showed off his didgeridoo skills 

And she gave a nod to retro 1970s style with distinctive pink glasses with shaded lenses, which matched her pink lipstick. 

The Blue Jasmine star appeared to be in a good mood, smiling for fans as she left The Late Show studios in New York. 

The actress was there to tape an appearance on Stephen Colbert's show, and appeared delighted when the comedian showed off his skills with the didgeridoo.

Blanchett laughed and gave Colbert the floor as he tried the Indigenous musical instrument. 

All black: The mother-of-four went for a chic, menswear-inspired jacket and slim trousers

All black: The mother-of-four went for a chic, menswear-inspired jacket and slim trousers

Oscar buzz: The actress plays a news producer who deals with the fall-out of a controversial 60 Minutes report about George W. Bush in new movie Truth
Oscar buzz: The actress plays a news producer who deals with the fall-out of a controversial 60 Minutes report about George W. Bush in new movie Truth

Oscar buzz: The actress plays a news producer who deals with the fall-out of a controversial 60 Minutes report about George W. Bush in new movie Truth

The Australian star plays producer Mary Mapes and Robert Redford plays US newsman Dan Rather in Truth, which is about a the controversy around a 2004 report on 60 Minutes about George W. Bush's national guard service.

Network CBS was forced to revoke the story amid a storm of controversy, and the ensuing scandal ended Marples' and Rathers' careers.

The film has already led to buzz that the role could earn Blanchett her third Oscar. However, the actress may be her own worst competition, as there is also talk she may be also nominated for lesbian love drama Carol.

Happy: The actress chatted with comedian Stephen Colbert at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York

Happy: The actress chatted with comedian Stephen Colbert at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York

Earlier: The actress struck a casual pose with one hand in her pocket as she appeared at a TimesTalks event about the film

Earlier: The actress struck a casual pose with one hand in her pocket as she appeared at a TimesTalks event about the film

Earlier, Blanchett attended a TimesTalks event with costar Redford and journalists Dan Rathers and Mary Mapes, who their movie is based on.

And it seems the actress has a devoted fan in Redford, who raved to People magazine that the actress was 'the best.'

'I suspected it was going to be good, but she's the best,' the iconic actor said. 

'She can do anything – as she's proven.'

Truth is released in the US on October 16.

Controversial: Truth stars Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett, left, play former 60 Minutes journalists Dan Rather and Mary Mapes, both right, in the new drama

Controversial: Truth stars Robert Redford and Cate Blanchett, left, play former 60 Minutes journalists Dan Rather and Mary Mapes, both right, in the new drama

Chic: Blanchett flashed her bra in a sheer black blouse while promoting the film

Chic: Blanchett flashed her bra in a sheer black blouse while promoting the film

 

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