Michelle Keegan would love to see her style inspiration Cheryl Cole in pieces from her Lipsy Love Michelle Keegan clothing line.
The former 'Coronation Street' actress has joined forces with the popular high street retailer to create a 30-piece autumn/winter 2014 range and would be ecstatic if the 'X Factor' judge donned one of her feminine and flirty designs.
Speaking at the Lipsy Love Michelle Keegan launch party at London's Rosewood Hotel last night (02.06.14), she exclusively told BANG Showbiz: ''I would love to see Cheryl Cole in the clothes. She can wear anything and it'll look cool.''
Aside from the Girls Aloud star, Michelle cites Victoria Beckham as her style icon because she admires her sophisticated look.
She enthused: ''I've got to say Victoria Beckham because she always looks elegant, day or night, and she's quite minimal - she doesn't try and overdo it in any way.''
The 27-year-old beauty is set to tie the knot with ex 'TOWIE' star Mark Wright next year and is keeping coy about what kind of wedding dress she will opt for.
Michelle said: ''It's difficult because I do love the princess outfits, the big full-skirted ones, but I like the classic dresses too, so I'm not 100 per cent [sure yet].''
The star's collection lands in stores and online at Lipsy.co.uk on July 3, with items priced between £28 and £85.
Michelle was joined by her fiancé Mark, his sister Jess Wright, his mother Carol Wright and his grandmother Nanny Pat for the big reveal of her Lipsy Love Michelle Keegan clothing line at the bash.
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