Michelle Keegan nailed autumnal chic as she modelled an array of stylish ensembles from her new collection with Very in a show-stopping photoshoot.
The Coronation Street actress, 35, looked effortlessly glamorous as she struck an array of poses to show off her new range, which launched online on Friday.
The 43-piece collection includes a variety of autumnal textures, animal prints and calming neutrals across dresses, jumpers and coats ideal for the cooler weather.
One sizzling picture saw Michelle flaunted her lithe figure in a fitted black vest top and straight leg grey jeans.
She gave herself a few extra inches with a pair of strappy black stilettos and slung a leather-look puffer jacket around her shoulders.
The wife of Mark Wright swept her chocolate tresses up into a high ponytail while she let two strands fall loosely to frame her face.
She bolstered her natural good looks with a natural make-up palette as she posed up a storm for the glamorous snaps.
In another snap, Michelle posed in a black and grey cardigan style dress, which hugged her enviable curves.
She also opted for a more dressy ensemble in a black and white print collared mini dress, which she teamed with chunky beige heeled boots.
The Our Girl star also teamed black jeans and a cream vest top with a fluffy white jacket as she nailed another autumnal outfit.
She showed off her modelling credentials in a £45 white turtleneck jumper with tasseled sleeves, which she styled with black skinny jeans and heeled black boots.
Michelle also modelled a grey collared button-up dress from her collection, as well as a cosy cream jacket.
Prices for the new collection range from around £30 to £85, with all products available to buy on Very’s website.
Her launch comes after Michelle has returned to filming comedy-drama Brassic this week after spending four months working in Australia.
Brassic centres around the lives of best friends Vinnie (Joseph Gilgun) and Dylan (Damien Molony) and Dylan’s girlfriend, Erin, played by Michelle.
Season four of the hit show premiered earlier this month.
In October last year, Michelle admitted she had banned her family from watching one episode of the show due to a raunchy sex scene, she told Radio Times.
‘That first episode, I didn’t let my family watch until 15 minutes in, and we all know why!’ she said with a laugh.
Speaking to The Guardian, the former soap star revealed how she still hadn’t adjusted to becoming a household name.
‘Even now, 15 years on, you never get used to being famous,’ she said. ‘One minute I walked out of the Coronation Street gates and no one knew who I was.
‘Then, as soon as my first scenes were on screen, I remember walking out the gates and getting stopped and asked for an autograph. I had no idea how to sign an autograph.’
The award-winning performer, who will next be seen in a BBC 1950s drama Ten Pound Poms in Australia, has gone on to star in prime-time dramas such as Our Girl and Brassic.
The businesswoman has also been kept busy working with online retailer Very and recently released a new collection with the brand.
Michelle and her husband Mark are also gearing up to move into their £3.5million Essex mansion which they have been renovating for two years.