Madelyn Cline has been showing off a “special night” while lifting her shirt. The Outer Banks star, newly single after splitting from beau Chase Stokes, has been ramping up her endorsement action over on Instagram, where a recent photo showed her shouting out luxury fashion label Etro. The actress went for a fun yellow look as she flashed a little flesh, with fans – and celebrities – sending her the thumbs-up.
Cline, 23, also opted for the Instagrammable Polaroid trend – check it out below.
‘Outer Banks’ Star Madelyn Cline Stuns In Fun Photos
Scroll for the snaps. They come just a few weeks after a People source reported the star and 29-year-old co-star Chase to have ended their romance. The Netflix stars are said to be “definitely broken up.”
Proving she isn’t hiding under the duvet, Madelyn updated posing by a plain backdrop and smoldering while in high-waisted white pants and a sleeveless yellow vest sweater, one she’d raised to flash her rock-hard abs. Very visible was a stylish leather bucket bag with blue stud detailing – Cline also rocked her blonde hair tied back and all wispy around her face.
A swipe right, meanwhile, brought the actress in profile, still brandishing the bag, but in an embellished jacket as she rocked the oversized look. Subsequent images went collage and back to the original vest-only look, with a caption reading:
“Lemon drops and Etro head to toe for the most special night !!
Meanwhile, Etro’s Instagram features Madelyn at an event, in the same outfit and shouting her out as it writes: “Paisley bound! Madeline Cline never separates from her studs-and-stones #CrownMeBag.”
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Madelyn has been opening up on acting – she was even happy to entertain the idea that Outer Banks is getting likened to iconic 00’s shows like The OC, starring Mischa Barton.
“I love these comparisons. I’m a sucker for 00’s teen dramas,” she told Schon, adding: “Since day one we’ve been likening it to The Goonies meets Dawson’s Creek and Friday Night Lights maybe with a hint of Scooby-Doo thrown in. I think these comparisons represent a timelessness to the show that we’ve always felt.”
She added: “A lot of the relationships and everyday occurrences on the show are homage to our creators’ upbringings. The story doesn’t heavily rely on modern-day influences which feels like a really unique aspect to Outer Banks. “