Elizabeth Hurley, who showed off her assets in a daring plunging frock Thursday morning, opted for a more demure look to raise awareness for breast cancer later in the evening.
This time the 47-year-old actress opted to cover up her cleavage in a high neck frock in a two-tone sparkly gown in light and dark shades of pink to match the cause's colour, the Daily Mail reported.
She smouldered as she posed at Manchester's Selfridges, where she turned the store's Exchange Square pink in support of Estee Lauder Companies Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.
The 'Bedazzled' star stepped out in front of the crowd in the glitzy dress, which although it disguised her curves, it did still show off her slender legs.
Smiling from ear-to-ear Hurley, who is engaged to former Australian cricketer Shane Warne, happily pressed the switch in her latest appearance to promote the campaign, which she has tirelessly been the face off for several years.
It was a stark difference to the outfit she had chosen to be snapped in a few hours earlier as she took to the city.
She first started her day by showing up to the Trafford Centre, appearing alone for a change as fiance Warne had returned home to Melbourne.
Throughout the month of October Hurley has actively been campaigning for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Always the eager tweeter, she made sure to document her meet and greet session on the micro-blogging site.
As she got her day going, she tweeted: "Good Morning Manchester! First time for me in this city......."
And following the signing the mother-of-one wrote: "A massive thank you to everyone who came to see me in Selfridges today. It was a great signing and we made lots of money for @BCRFcure."
Which she quickly followed by a post which read: "I met some fabulous people today, and a special thank u to the women who shared their breast cancer stories with me. You are all very brave." (ANI)