Our fave Aussie twins are at it again. Jess and Stef from How Two Live both paired our Shoe Cult Blazing Bloom Sneaker with graphic black and white and trippy teal tye-dye. Double the trouble, double the fun.
Though the Polar Paradox blogger recently traded blonde for brunette, Whitney Cox is a California girl through and through. She loves to travel, but since she lives by the beach, she loves to come home even more. Even in short-shorts and heels, Whitney’s still as laidback and as sweet as they come.
Niki Takesh is the kind of girl who’ll tell you her bra size the first time you meet, aka the kind of girl who’s your instant BFF. A dilettante who does a little bit of everything from styling to music videos, Niki used to dream of being a pop star like her idol, Britney Spears,…
The blogger behind Style2Bones, Dominque Nghiem’s style always stands out. She loves fluorescents, holograms and prints as out-of-this-world as she is. She’s almost always rocking a giant platform, even when she’s on a skateboard (though she has been known to make exceptions for safety).
It’s finally here! Shoe Cult, our very first footwear collection has landed! What are you waiting for? Join the cult. Music: “Believe” by Feathers
A model and aspiring actress, Dani Vee is just adorable. She’s funny, outgoing and can talk to anyone—especially if she’s talking about food or music. The first time we met Dani, she was wearing combat boots, argyle socks and a giant muumuu that said ‘Go F**k Yourself.’ Instantly, we were in love.
said no woman ever.
Shoe Cult is everywhere! Tag your Instagram pics with #SHOECULT and join us as Nasty Gals take over the world. (Ordinary People, La Vagabond Dame, Sugar & Spice, Style Limelight, La Voyageuse, Cannibal’s Find, The Style Line)
I never thought I’d join a cult (um… not really the type to be brainwashed) but now that Nasty Gal is launching Shoe Cult—our very first footwear collection—I am totally a disciple!
(See more about Sean in Refinery 29‘s Los Angeles 30 Under 30) The end of summer brings many horrible things (school, cold weather), but in Los Angeles, it at least goes out with a bang, thanks to FYF Fest. On August 24th and 25th, FYF takes over L.A. State Historic Park for a two day festival packed…