Clean out those toxins and say hello to a new you made mostly of cheese.
If there’s one way to get psyched for spring, it’s to deck yourself out in head-to-toe pastels. See: Blogger/Aussie babe Chloe Ting’s all-pastel-everything ensemble. She sported our mint green After Party Vintage Meadows Romper with a pale pink Nasty Gal Collection Tempted Heart Lace Tee, lace-up beige booties, and a white leather backpack. (Bonus points for the lavender-tinted hair.) Check out more pics of Chloe’s badass spring ensemble below, and stay tuned for the launch of Nasty Gal Australia in the coming weeks!
Don’t get us wrong—we’re all about that more-is-more attitude, but sometimes all it takes is a couple pieces to truly make a statement ensemble. See: Friend in Fashion blogger Jasmin Howell. This Aussie babe paired a crisp white Nasty Gal Milk and Honey jumpsuit with the Nasty Gal Collection Virtue & Vice Embroidered Bomber Jacket and Shoe Cult Collection Privilege leather heels to prove that less really is more when it comes to turning heads. Check out more pics of Jasmin’s monochrome ensemble below, and stay tuned for the launch of Nasty Gal Australia in the coming weeks!
Summer goths unite! Model/blogger/Aussie
We’re pretty stoked about our new 8-piece Shellys London shoe collection, and, as it turns out, some of our favorite bloggers are too. The Man Repeller, Style2Bones and Ebba Zingmark all took a cue from their monochromatic shoes and got decked out in a single shade for their entire ensemble. Color us impressed.
Dudes, spring starts tomorrow. We repeat: Spring. Officially. Starts. Tomorrow. To celebrate the end of winter, we’re itching for an all-white-everything ensemble with a super springy print. Oddly enough, Rachel Lynch from I Hate Blonde totally read our minds with her badass boho look. We love how she toughened up a floral kimono by pairing it with a crisp leather crop top, metal-plated platforms, and a black cherry lip. Check out more pics from her ensemble below!
Monochrome ensembles never go out of season, which is why we’re really feeling blogger Martha Graeff‘s graphic black and white, geometric-inspired pieces. She paired the Nasty Gal Optic Fusion Crop Sweater with the Dual Personality Moto Jacket and Nasty Gal Out Of The Cage Skirt for the perfect subtly-sexy look we need to get our hands on ASAP.
Just when you think an off-the-shoulder bodycon isn’t work appropriate, we give you the Nasty Gal Look Sharp Dress. The crisp white collar gives it an edgy-yet-still-buttoned-up look, and, we have to say, we’re lovin’ how Damsel In The Dress blogger Cynthia Recto styled her frock with some polka dot tights and Jeffrey Campbell Melina Cutout Boots. Check out more snaps of her ensemble below!
We’re mega into fashion blogger/vintage seller Alanna Durkovich’s wonderfully colorful wardrobe–especially when she incorporates a killer Nasty Gal piece. Here, she sported our Crawford bodysuit (that also comes in a crop top version!) with an emerald pleated skirt, stacked heels and a statement beaded harness. (Also, major props for matching the socks to the hair ’cause that ain’t easy.)
OK, we know it’s snowing (almost) everywhere in the U.S. right now, but we had to share this head-to-toe Nasty Gal ensemble from Jill Wallace a.k.a Little Black Boots. She paired the silver For Love & Lemons On Pointe Maxi Dress with black Schutz Libertine Pumps and the Wild Thing Faux Fur Coat for a romantic-yet-badass look that you can wear straight from the forests of Big Sur (above) to a cocktail party, and we love that. Who said you can’t hike in heels?
You probably already know that we’re mega into blogger/NYC Shoe Cult Ambassador Luanna Perez-Garreaud, but whenever we spot her in Nasty Gal, we still get a little weak in the knees. She sported our leopard print Nasty Gal Cat Skills Coat with a slouchy white New Boyfriend Tee, Perfect Ten Skinny Jeans, and Dr. Martens Serena 8 Eye Boots for the perfect ready-for-anything winter ensemble.