Eleanor Tomlinson is dressed to impress in black fitted jumpsuit as she attends Esquire Townhouse launch
She's been trying to crack Hollywood since Poldark came to an end.
And Eleanor Tomlinson was back on her home turf on Wednesday night, putting in a stylish appearance at the Esquire Townhouse launch in Mayfair, London.
The 27-year-old actress looked super chic in a black fitted jumpsuit with a blazer inspired top.
Stylish: Eleanor Tomlinson was back on her home turf on Wednesday night, putting in a stylish appearance at the Esquire Townhouse launch in Mayfair, London
Eleanor's simple yet sophisticated attire was cinched in at the waist with a subtle belt and she completed the look with a pair of simple stilettos.
The redhead styled her hair in loose, natural looking curls and kept her make-up fresh and simple.
She turned heads when she left the venue following a successful evening at the star-studded bash.
Glamorous: The 27-year-old actress looked super chic in a black fitted jumpsuit with a blazer inspired top
Understated: Eleanor's simple yet sophisticated attire was cinched in at the waist with a subtle belt and she completed the look with a pair of simple stilettos
Jump in to Eleanor's look wearing David Koma
For lavish events, a host of celebrities have eschewed go-to glittering gowns for a sleek black-tie look and leading the way is Eleanor Tomlinson.
The actress attended the Esquire Townhouse launch in a tuxedo jumpsuit by David Koma which stylist Rebecca Corbin-Murray teamed with Christian Louboutin heels.
Simplistic elegance comes to mind with this straight-leg one piece as it makes a statement with little elements, although this one is finished with a buckled waist and satin notch lapels for that traditional finish.
Sadly, it’s not yet available to buy as it’s from the Resort ’20 collection which you can click (right) to preview. However, we’ve made it easy to emulate Eleanor’s look by rounding up similar styles below from Asos, Galvan and our favourite by Next.
Eleanor's sighting comes after fans of Poldark slammed the BBC1 drama's finale in August.
The series, based on the novels of Winston Graham, focused on the burgeoning relationship between Cornwall gentleman Ross Poldark (Aidan Turner) and his scullery maid turned wife, Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson).
Over five seasons, it set pulses racing with its love triangles, bedroom romps and upstairs-downstairs affairs.
Natural beauty: The redhead styled her hair in loose, natural looking curls and kept her make-up fresh and simple
But viewers were left disappointed by the final episode, which saw Poldark take on the role of double-agent in order to trick the French, with many commenting on the 'confusing' plot and 'bad' scriptwriting.
One wrote: 'I know I can press the off button, but I've been a fan of #Poldark for 40 years and counting. The awful travesty of this final episode of an indifferent, odd and disconnected series five is like hypnosis.
They added: 'I'm appalled but can't look away. What have they done?'
Planning her next move: The star has been trying to crack Hollywood since Poldark ended