Ways To Wear Menswear-Inspired Shoes

Sure, we’re mega fans of sky-high platforms and towering wedges, but sometimes we get flat-out (heh) tired of wearing the same ol’ go-to heels. These days, we’re all about menswear-inspired shoes (think: oxfords and loafers), so we gathered some of our favorite street style looks to show us that, yes, you can dress up even the most basic

Über Layering

Let’s be real—most of the U.S. is on sub-zero temperature lockdown right now, and even though we personally aren’t under a cold spell (love you, L.A.), we thought we’d give props to our East Coast and Midwestern ladies for braving it out there in the icy tundra. Check out some of our favorite uber-layered looks,

2013 Nasty Gal Lookbook Moments

Ah, we made it. It’s the last day of 2013, and looking back, we had some seriously stellar moments here at Nasty Gal. We released two more self-made collections, collaborated with Lazy Oaf, and shared our biggest vintage Chanel stash of all time—and we couldn’t have done it without you! Yes, the past twelve months

Miley Cyrus Moments

1. The Annie Leibovitz Shoot For Vanity Fair Guys, Miley Cyrus turns 21 tomorrow, so we had to show our Role Model a little bit of birthday love! She’s already had quite the year, so we’d thought it’d be hella appropriate to look back at some of her most iconic moments as of late–and get excited for

Notorious Party Girls

1. Bianca Jagger Now that our balls-out Party Shop is officially up and running, it’s time to celebrate. To kick things off, we rounded up some of our favorite fashiony party girls throughout history. Cheers! 2. Marie Antoinette 3. Edie Sedgwick 4. Drew Barrymore 5. Pamela Des Barres 6. Mary (Parker Posey) in Party Girl 7.

Terrifying Teenage Girls

1. Jennifer Check in Jennifer’s Body (2009) It’s pretty obvious we have a thing for bad girls here at Nasty Gal, but since it’s still Halloween, we thought we’d take it one step further—with teenagers that truly terrify us. Between Regina George’s backstabbing, Kathryn Merteuil’s mind games and Jennifer Check’s thirst for blood, we rounded up the