Michelle Keegan, the talented actress, wowed fans as she unveiled her latest winter collection in collaboration with online clothing brand, Very. The stunning 36-year-old star took to Instagram to showcase her elegant and sophisticated style. The collection, a harmonious blend of cosy and party-ready looks, aims to cater to a refresh of customers' winter wardrobes.
In one captivating snapshot, Michelle flaunted her slender pins in a little black dress elegantly paired with an oversized beige blazer jacket. She elevated her height with a pair of black pointed heels, exuding confidence and grace. Her brunette locks were styled in a neat updo, accentuating her glamorous appearance.
Proving her versatility, Michelle also donned a comfortable yet chic Bardot knitted beige jumper, paired with loose black trousers. With her hair flowing in natural waves and captivating eye makeup, she effortlessly exuded a captivating charm. Sharing the news of her collection, Michelle wrote, "Party season with a touch of cosy. This season's must-haves all tailored into 1 collection. @very."
Apart from her fashion endeavors, Michelle has also been busy filming for the upcoming season of Sky comedy series, Brassic. The former Coronation Street actress transformed into the character of single mum Erin Croft, sporting trendy French braids, a denim jacket with white trimmings, and iconic Doc Martens.
As Michelle hinted at a suspenseful turn of events in season six, her character Erin finds herself in a tricky situation involving a petrol can. Alongside Bronagh Gallagher's character, Carol, the pair embark on mischievous plans, eagerly waiting for the police to leave. Michelle and Bronagh were spotted sharing laughter on set, showcasing the enjoyable atmosphere amidst the intense filming.
Brassic follows the lives of Vinnie O'Neill (Joseph Gilgun) and his group of friends, including Michelle's character Erin, as they navigate the challenges of living in the fictional town of Hawley. The show often intertwines comedy and petty crime, as the characters resort to unconventional means to make a living.