Emily Atack puts on a stylish display in a black crop top and high-waist jeans after enjoying a pampering session at the hairdressers
She often shows off her sartorial prowess while stepping out and about.
And Emily Atack put on a stylish display as she left a hairdressers in Angel, London, following a pampering session on Saturday.
The Celebrity Juice captain, 31, looked sensational in a black crop top that she paired with lightwash, high-waist jeans for the outing.
Casual chic: Emily Atack put on a stylish display in a black crop top and high-waist jeans after enjoying a pampering session at the hairdressers in London on Saturday
Emily added a chic flair to her ensemble by donning a blue faux-leather jacket, and she cinched her outfit at the waist with a black belt.
The Inbetweeners star stepped out in white trainers, and she kept her personal items in a black handbag.
Following her session at the hairdressers, Emily’s luscious golden locks were styled into a sleek, straight hairdo.
She kept safe amid the coronavirus crisis by wearing a pink face mask during her outing, and she wore a light palette of make-up for the occasion.
Stylish: Emily added a chic flair to her ensemble by donning a blue faux-leather jacket
Enjoying herself: Emily was seen getting pampered by the hairdressers who styled her luscious golden locks into a sleek, straight hairdo
In March, Emily admitted she thinks about her weight most of the day and feels pressure to ‘look a certain way’ after years of people trolling her.
She said that she has ‘never’ been able to get down to the size people ‘expect’ of her, and even if she loses a few pounds she says trolls still brand her ‘fat’.
Speaking to UniLad, Emily said: ‘I feel a pressure to look a certain way every single day. I think about my weight 95 per cent of the day.
Struggle: In March, Emily admitted she thinks about her weight most of the day and feels pressure to ‘look a certain way’ after years of people trolling her
‘When I was sort of 15/16, I’d never really worried about my weight because, in my head, I was a slim teenager, and I never had any problem getting a boyfriend and that was all fine.’
Emily recalled that the abuse began during her rise to stardom, and said: ‘It was when I started doing The Inbetweeners that people online started calling me fat, and that really surprised me because I’d never thought about my weight in a negative way before.’
The actress also heartbreakingly admitted that she feels she has ‘never’ been at the weight that people ‘expect of her’.
She said: ‘Because most actresses, a lot of actresses are much smaller size six or eight.
‘I was a sort of size 10/12 girl, and I’ve just never been able to get down to the size that… people are expecting me to be.’
‘I don’t know what people want from me. Even when it’s, say, if you’ve lost like three pounds and you’re feeling yourself, and you’re like, “Yeah, I’ve lost a bit of weight”, and then somebody shuts you down and goes, “You’re still a fat pig.”
‘And it absolutely destroys me. It’s awful, it’s absolutely horrific.’
Sad: Emily said she has ‘never’ been able to get down to the size people ‘expect’ of her, and said it ‘absolutely destroys [her]’ when trolls still brand her ‘fat’ even when she loses weight