Consignment shop

Mischa Barton drops off gently used clothes at a thrift store

Mischa Barton drops off some lightly used clothes at a thrift store before indulging in an ice cold drink

Mischa Barton raced in style on Sunday.

The OC vet, 36, was spotted dropping off clothes at Crossroads Trading Co. in Studio City.

She had her hands full to carry a jar of used clothes smoothly to the thrift store.

Go shopping! Mischa Barton dropped off clothes at a consignment store and treated herself to frozen drinks in Studio City on Sunday

Mischa wore a colorful Aerosmith shirt, black pants, and a scarf looped over her shoulders.

She wore her hair slicked back into a low bun and appeared makeup-free for her casual weekend outing.

After dropping off her clothes, Mischa treated herself to an ice cold drink from Starbucks.

The actress carried a delicious pink-hued drink and a separate cup full of ice.

Reduce, reuse, recycle!  She had her hands full as she carried a jar of lightly used clothes to the consignment store

Reduce, reuse, recycle! She had her hands full as she carried a jar of lightly used clothes to the consignment store

Mischa first appeared in the hit films The Sixth Sense and Notting Hill in 1999.

But she found overnight stardom as Marissa Cooper on The OC series.

She has returned to the limelight in recent years by appearing in the first season of The Hills reboot, The Hills: New Beginnings.

Yum!  After dropping off her clothes, Mischa treated herself to an ice cold drink from Starbucks

Yum! After dropping off her clothes, Mischa treated herself to an ice cold drink from Starbucks

Many other original cast members have returned to the new version of the teen drama, including Heidi Montag and her husband Spencer Pratt, Whitney Port and Brody Jenner.

Mischa explained ahead of the first season premiere how she joined the show in hopes of controlling her own narrative.

“I think there’s always been a lot of mystery around me. It’s fun to let people see me!” she said Charm.

“There really was a time when I couldn’t do anything or get away with it or even leave the house without having to really think about it,” she added.

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