Shouldn't that be a T-shirt? Helen Flanagan appears to have fashioned her dress out of a top

By Marcus Barnes

Caught short: Helen Flanagan wears an ultra short dress or possibly a T-shirt during a visit to the coffee shop in Wilmslow, Lancashire

She's inconsistent with her wardrobe choices, often picking unflattering jeans or short dresses that do nothing for her figure.

Case in point is the outfit Helen Flanagan wore today for a jaunt around Cheshire.

The Coronation Street actress, 21, was either wearing a very short dress or attempting to use a T-shirt as a dress while out and about in Wilmslow, Cheshire.

More coffee: The actress was spotted with another cup later in the day from a rival company

Helen tottered along in her black heels, wearing the ultra-short number which
featured a silhouette of a horse with a pink background, fading into black.

She matched the dress with a pair of black tights and a large lilac bag. Finally, she had a pair of sensible, geek-style glasses on to finish off the rather odd ensemble.

Combined with her short cropped dark hair, the whole look was a little off kilter though there's no denying she has a great figure.

Short changed: Helen picks up her car park ticket

Helen recently revealed she thinks boyfriend Scott Sinclair is 'the one'.

The actress, who plays Rosie Webster in Corrie, looked smitten as she and Scott strolled along arm-in-arm last week.

And, in a recent interview, Helen said she can't imagine being without Scott.

Geek chic: Helen wore a pair of nerdy glasses and appeared to have grey hairs

She told the Daily Mirror: 'This is my longest-ever relationship and he’s the one – of course he is!

'Scott is an amazing person. He’s really down-to-earth, he’s dedicated to his job and he’s just so funny. We have great banter together.

'He’s quiet and modest and a really lovely person. He’s just Scott – there’s no one quite like him.'

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However, Helen, who is based in Manchester where she filmed ITV soap Coronation Street, admitted that maintaining a long-distance relationship is difficult.

She added: 'It’s obviously hard sometimes, with it being a long-distance relationship. But I’m used to it now and being at Coronation Street puts things into perspective.

'There are people here who are working away from their kids and that makes me realise that when you’re working you just have to get on with it.

'There will come a point when Scott and I live together and it will be amazing.'

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