Amy Jackson shows how to beat the heat with Salman Khan’s Being Human Spring Summer 2017 collection! (View Pics)

Nirupama Chaudhary
Debuting the Spring Summer 2017 collection of the clothing line Being Human, actress Amy Jackson wore two spunky jumpsuits and gave us summer wardrobe goals!

Grabbing headlines, first for her touted-to-be-a head spinner of a performance at the opening ceremony of IPL10 2017 in Hyderabad, and later for failing the surmounting expectations, was the tinsel town actress Amy Jackson. While her dancing skills are debatable, Amy Jackson certainly knows how to beat the summer heat with a breezy sense of style. The 25-year-old British model and actress recently snagged an endorsement deal with the clothing line Being Human, founded by actor Salman Khan. Debuting their Spring Summer 2017 collection, the official handle of Instagram recently released a picture of Amy wearing two spunky jumpsuits.

Amy Jackson rose to fame with the Tamil movie, Madrasapattinam in 2010 and Ekk Deewana Tha opposite ex-beau Prateik Babbar in 2012. Thereafter, she was seen in Singh Is Bliing with Akshay Kumar and Freaky Ali. Being Human’s latest white and indigo collection serves a cool new way to fight the hazardous UV light. Flaunting two jumpsuit looks from this collection, Amy Jackson is dishing out some cool summer wardrobe goals. Here’s how she looks!

Keeping the cool with blue


Playing the perfect muse is Amy Jackson sporting a jumpsuit paired with a white shirt replete with black borders. Accessorizing her look with a pair of drop earrings, Amy Jackson sits casually on the floor and flaunts slightly tousled hair, nude eyes and pink lips.

White is always right


Wearing a classic polka dot jumpsuit with a drawstring,  Amy Jackson gets into the mode of summer layering by throwing over a faded chambray cropped shirt. She sports pink lips, delicate baubles and tousled hair.

On the professional front, Amy Jackson is all set to share screen space with industry stalwarts like Rajinikanth and Akshay Kumar in the upcoming science-fiction thriller, 2.0 that releases later in the year.