Emily Atack puts on a stylish display in a black crop top and high waisted jeans after enjoying a grooming session at the barber
She often shows off her sartorial prowess while going out.
And Emily Atack put on a stylish display as she left a hairdressing salon in Angel, London, after a grooming session on Saturday.
The Celebrity Juice captain, 31, looked stunning in a black cropped top, which she teamed with faded high-waisted jeans for the outing.
Casual chic: Emily Atack put on a stylish display in a black crop top and high waisted jeans after enjoying a grooming session at London hairdressers on Saturday
Emily added a chic touch 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 sneakers and kept her belongings in a black purse.
After her hairstylist session, Emily’s luscious golden locks were styled into a sleek, straight hairstyle.
She kept herself safe in the midst of the coronavirus crisis by wearing a pink face mask on her way out, and she wore a light palette of makeup for the occasion.
Stylish: Emily added a chic touch to her ensemble by donning a blue faux leather jacket
Having fun: Emily was seen being pampered by the hairdressers who styled her luscious golden locks into a sleek, straight hairstyle
In March, Emily admitted that she thinks about her weight most of the day and feels the pressure to ‘look a certain way’ after years of trolling.
She said she ‘never’ got to the size people ‘expect’ her to be, and even though she sheds a few pounds she says trolls still call her ‘fat. ”.
Speaking to UniLad, Emily said: ‘I feel a pressure to look a certain way every day. I think about my weight 95% of the day.
Wrestling: In March, Emily admitted that she thinks about her weight most of the day and feels the pressure to ‘look a certain way’ after years of trolling.
“ When I was 15/16 I never really worried about my weight because in my head I was a thin teenager, and I never had a problem having a boyfriend and it was very good. ”
Emily recalled that the abuse started during her rise to stardom and said: ‘It was when I started doing The Inbetweeners that people online started calling me fat, and that made me. really surprised because I had never thought about my weight in a negative way. before.’
The actress also heartbreakingly admitted that she felt she had “ never ” reached the weight people “ expected ” of her.
She said: ‘Because most actresses, a lot of actresses are a lot smaller at size six or eight.
“ I was kind of a size 10/12 girl, and I just never got to the size that … people expect me to be. ”
“I don’t know what people expect from me. Even when it’s, say, if you’ve lost about three pounds and you’re feeling yourself, and you’re like, “Yeah, I’ve lost a little weight,” then someone stops you and goes away, “You’re still a big pig.”
“And it absolutely destroys me. It’s horrible, it’s absolutely horrible. ”
Sad: Emily said she ‘never’ was able to make it to the size people ‘expected’ of her, and said it ‘absolutely destroys’ [her]’when trolls still call her’ fat ‘even when she loses weight