Michelle Keegan is definitely ready for spring – check out this gorgeous sunny dress she rocked to the Garnier event last night!
The 27-year-old looked seriously gorgeous in her flattering daffodil yellow Orla Kiely frock. From the loose-fit waist tye to the button-down front and kicky midi skirt, it had a vintage air to it and was prettier than pretty against Michelle’s long, tumbling locks.
Being the new ambassador for Garnier Ambre Solaire’s fake tan range, the former Corrie star’s glow was on-point, with her tanned pins really making her dress pop and her bronzed face beaming.
And will you just look at those shoes. Michelle couldn’t stop gushing about her jazzy gold and clown-print Terry De Havilland platforms, posting a close-up of her designer beauties on Instagram.
‘I’d love these clowns to come to my birthday party….@
#onanotherlevel xx’, she wrote.
Being this week’s LOOK cover girl, we’ve been grilling Michelle on all things fashion. Check out what she said:
Have you ever had any real fashion fails?
Oh yes, I wore this awful fishtail dress to the NTA awards once and I had feather eyelashes on and my hair was permed. I don’t know what I was thinking!
Do you use Instagram for style inspiration?
Of course. My favourite person to follow is @upcloseandstylish. If I’ve got a grey jumper and I’m not sure how to style it, I’ll just look it up and instantly find cool ways to wear it.
What are your favourite high-street fashion brands?
I’ve got my Lipsy range which I love and also Mango, Zara, ASOS and then Kurt Geiger for shoes.
Who is your favourite designer?
That’s a hard one, as I never normally wear head-to-toe designer. Normally, I wear high street clothes with designer shoes, coats or handbags. My favourite handbags are Chanel, they’re just such classics. I’m obsessed with Sophia Webster shoes too.
Do you enjoy getting ready for big events?
No. I like to be quite chilled and I just get really stressed. I don’t really like the red carpet, it really terrifies me, everyone thinks it’s going to be amazing but when you get out there it’s just horrible. Once the red carpet part is out of the way, I can breathe again.