Fit for the Weekend

We’ve been loving our collection of fitted dresses and picked out some of our faves to wear on the weekend. Rosa, Fashion Content Editor: The Acid Dream Dress is the perfect day-to-night dress, paired with combat boots or chucks to ride on the back of a bike, and then later to crash an 80s party. Dee,

Chat with Our Shoe Buyer, Jacqueline

You know Jacqueline, our rad shoe buyer, from her live video chat with us last season. Let’s continue the conversation with a sequel tomorrow at 2 PM PST, when she’ll talk about our trends right now. This includes how to stomp to it in your combat boots, show your true colors in our rainbow wedge

British Invasion

We’re having a British invasion inspiration in Nasty Gal HQ, obsessed with that period in the 1960s and 70s when everything musically and stylistically interesting in the United States was brought to us overseas by our old friend, England. From mod to punk, these genres were all headed up by rebellion and wild expression. Here

Donna Hayward from Twin Peaks

There are quite a few heroes and heroines (some of whom bordered on tragic) in 90s TV series Twin Peaks, David Lynch’s borderline esoteric, quasi-surrealistic soap opera set in a fictional logging town in Washington. Donna Hayward’s one of the unsung saints, the sweet one, the pensive romantic, the girl with the strongest heart of

This or That (or That!)

Our super versatile (and popular) Chizu skirt has a three-way with blogger Dominique of Style2Bones. She holds on to Summer in a denim bustier, concha belt, and exaggerated wooden platforms… Acts out a Western with a real-deal cowgirl hat and boxy knit…    And keeps it cool in a tied-up tee, cap, and cut-out combats.

Working For The Weekend

It’s the Fall equinox today, when there’s equal amounts of day and night. This means an official hello to autumn. We checked in with fellow staffers to find out how we’d be spending the first weekend in the season of fulfillment. Sarah, Art Director: Mid-century modern furniture shopping Devyn, Photographer: Harvard and Stone for a little old