Daisy Edgar-Jones flashed her taut waist in a white crop top and black jeans as she attended the after-party for Jitney in London
Daisy Edgar Jones cut a stylish figure on Wednesday night as she attended the Jitney Press Night After Party at The Old Vic Theater in London.
The 24-year-old actress showed off her toned figure as she flashed her waist in a white crop top and black jeans.
The Normal People star added a chunky matching belt to the pants, which sported several silver buttons down the front.
Stunning: Daisy Edgar Jones cut a stylish figure as she attended the Jitney press night after party at The Old Vic Theater in London on Wednesday night
The star elevated her frame in a pair of black heels and opted for a radiant makeup palette, including a pink lipstick
She styled her light brunette tresses in loose waves as they cascaded past her shoulders from a center parting.
With a touch of color, Daisy carried her personal belongings in a chic, eye-catching green crossbody handbag.
The actress completed her look with a small pair of silver hoop earrings and a leather strap watch.
Stylish: The 24-year-old actress showed off her toned figure as she flashed her waist in a white crop top and black jeans
Daisy recently starred alongside Sebastian Stan in the horror film Fresh, which was released earlier this year.
Fresh, now streaming on Disney+, sees Daisy play Noa, who, frustrated by dating apps and terrible dates, decides to give Steve, played by Sebastian, a chance.
However, their romance is put to the test when it turns out that Noa’s new man has a very special appetite.
Speaking to Zoe Ball on BBC Radio 2, the star said she had to improvise dance sequences with Sebastian on their very first day of shooting together, describing them as “awkward”.
She explained, “There are two main dance scenes and the first one is definitely totally improvised, it’s just Sebastian and me.
Looking good: The Normal People star added a chunky matching belt to the pants, which sported several silver buttons down the front
“I think it was our first day of shooting together and we just danced awkwardly, so that’s actually how I dance. And the second was a lot more choreographed and a bit more stylized and I felt more comfortable in it.’
Daisy said she knew immediately she wanted to be involved in Fresh when she read the script’s second act, and said she was intrigued when the story strayed from the traditional rom-com route.
Speaking of working with Sebastian, she added: “Sebastian was such a pleasure to work with, he is brilliant and Steve was so much fun as a character.
“You can’t help but be quite enchanted by him, even though he’s kind of dark as a character. He was wonderful to work with, a really generous actor, just a pleasure.
The horror comedy is a world away from her previous role as Marianne on the hit BBC One series Normal People.
Comparing the role to the dramatic Normal People, Daisy told Digitalspy, “I’m really excited. Noa feels like a very different character than Marianne.
“Most of the time before Normal People, I was doing small guest roles on comedy shows, so comedy is something I enjoy being a part of.”
Something to watch: Daisy recently starred opposite Sebastian Stan in the horror film Fresh, which was released earlier this year