Thursday, January 23, 2014 Studio Soundtracks: Alison Valentine
We’re all about sharing cool shit with our fellow Nasty Gals, and we just discovered this insanely addictive “Curious” track by Alison Valentine. In case you’re not familiar with Miss V, she’s an NYC-based musician and flower crown designer who is making some seriously fresh (heh) beats as of late. Check out her single (and hella cute style) below!
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Guest Edit: Lunches: With Bethany Cosentino And Niki Takesh
Is it mid-January yet? Thank glob the holidays are dead and buried, and we have all some time to breathe. I spent this NYE a lot different than usual. I was sober at a wedding in NorCal, so I was spared from having to already hate 2014 before it truly even started like the rest of you. I woke up on January 1 feeling juuuuusssstttt fine. Every new year starts with illusions of what the next 12 months may bring, but every race to our resolution is temporarily stunted while we begin the daunting first task of trying to part with the hangover haze.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Right Now: Lips
Read our lips: mouth prints are in. From the streets to the runway, we can’t stop seeing smackers everywhere we turn. Here’s some proof.
Get Lippy With It
Nasty Gal Hot Kisses Dress
Wild Smile Clutch
Dot Kiss Muscle Tee
Morning Warrior Lip Service Crop Tee
Nasty Gal Helix Dress
Morning Warrior Disco Kiss Tank
Lucy Lips Crossbody Bag
Morning Warrior Cool Kiss Crop Tee
Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Nasty Gals Do It Better: In The Out Of The Cage Skirt
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.
Tuesday, January 21, 2014 Role Model: Daria Morgendorffer
Yo, we miss Daria. Like, a lot. It’s been 12 years (to the day!) since the last episode aired on MTV, and we’ve been seriously lost without her killer monotone one-liners and general distaste for everything (except pizza). Here’s to the gal who always kept it real—and made the lace-up Docs and pleated skirt ensemble one of the most timeless trends in ’90s history.