Michelle Keegan opens up on the clothes she can’t wear « Michelle Keegan Daily


 

Michelle Keegan opens up on the clothes she can’t wear

The Our Girl actress has admitted that she’s just not confident wearing bright colours, we’re not quite sure we believe her, but we’re going with it anyway.
Mark Wright’s wife has opened up in an exclusive interview with OK! Online as she launches her latest collection with Lipsy, where she also discussed the pressure of the fashion industry.
The spring summer 2017 range is a little different to what we are used to, boasting ruffles, florals and embroidery with a predominantly pastel palette.
Here’s our exclusive interview with the 29 year old as her SS17 collection officially drops online…


Congratulations on another collection! How have you made this one even better than the others?
I think this collection in particular looks our best one yet. Every time I work on a new collection I feel like we come up with something so fresh and on trend, but yet the pieces are always so easy to wear.The sherbet pastel tones and subtle tonal embroideries are especially beautiful in my opinion.

Your style is talked about SO much. Do you ever feel pressure and how do you cope with that?
I don’t feel pressure at all really. I don’t think anyone should feel pressure, everyone should dress how you want, and what you feel comfortable in.

With spring just around the corner what can we expect to see you in and why do you love it so much?
My personal favourite piece that I am dying to wear is the oriental embroidered bandeau dress in the mint colour. It is such a stunning fabric and love the bandeau neckline for SS17.

You’ve been experimenting with your hair and style a lot recently, what trend are you too scared to try?
I am not very confident wearing bright colours, or statement outfits. I usually wear more classic outfits.

You shot your new Lipsy line in LA. How much did you love the place and what’s your top tips?
Take trainers. There is a lot of walking. Also get a good moisturiser with a SPF in it, because the sun is always shining in LA.

Source : ok.co.uk

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