Shop Michelle Keegan's ‘gorgeous and comfy’ £70 striped Very co-ord that's great for spring
13.02.2024 - 02:43
Ever since she launched her first collection with online retailer Very back in 2017, Michelle Keegan’s collabs have been some of the most anticipated for Very shoppers. With each launch bringing a fresh new range of wardrobe staples, luxe-looking basics and tailored separates, it’s no surprise many of her pieces often sell out quickly.
As well as playing a part in the designing and choosing process, Michelle can also often be spotted wearing her own pieces whilst out and about, including wearing a pair of jeans and a jumper from her Autumn collection to the Brassic red carpet event in September last year. Now it seems she’s at it again, after sharing a snap of herself on Instagram wearing the Woven Co-Ord from her latest launch.
Writing: “The co-ord that I wore last night is from my Very collection”, Michelle donned the black and white printed Woven Co-Ord Shirt, £35 here, and matching trousers, also £35 here, which she styled with a pair of white pointed-toe stilettos and a chic messy bun. The matching set includes a button up shirt with an oversized, relaxed fit and collared neckline, as well as a pair of wide leg, loose-fitting trousers with an elasticated waistband that can be tied with a drawstring.
The co-ord is made from a lightweight black satin material and features a white abstract striped pattern across it with lines travelling in different directions to give it a bold, geometric appearance.
The Woven Co-Ord Shirt, £35 here, and matching trousers, £35 here, are both still available in all sizes 6-18 and are the perfect versatile pick for your upcoming spring wardrobe. Style them like Michelle with a pair of heels and tuck the front of the shirt into the trousers to give your waist some definition, or leave it
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