Thursday, January 9, 2014 Nasty Guys: #ThrowbackThursday: Outkast
In case you missed the mega news that dropped last night, Outkast will be headlining this year’s Coachella (!!!), which means, yep, our favorite hip-hop duo will be reuniting after Seven. Freaking. Years. To celebrate, we look back on André 3000 and Big Boi’s evolution from Atlanta teens to Grammy Award-winning musicians—and every awesome moment in between.
Thursday, January 9, 2014 California Dreaming: Sunset For One
When you’re down for some serious me-time, what’s better than lying on a blanket and watching the sunset surrounded by your favorite things? Well, nothing really, which is why we busted out our old school Razor, some killer vinyls, and salty snacks for a one-woman hang sesh in the California mountains. Solo adventure, commence!
Perfect for a Picnic
Nasty Gal Almost Famous Coat
Nasty Gal Evangelista Crop Tank
For The Thrill Faux Leather Moto Jacket
New Schooled Thigh High Socks
Batter Up Sequin Jersey
Frenchie Stripe Crop Top
NG X Lazy Oaf Spotty Leggings
Nasty Gal Cat Skills Coat
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 Nasty Gals Do It Better: In the Crawford Bodysuit
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.)
Wednesday, January 8, 2014 Nasty Guys: Happy Birthday, David Bowie!
From Space Oddity to Aladdin Sane and beyond, David Bowie’s bold-yet-badass, totally-out-of-this-world style evolution has truly been one of the greatest gifts of all—other than his killer hits over the years, of course. On his 67th birthday, we pulled together some of his most iconic (see: our favorite) looks from his ever-evolving wardrobe, which totally prove he’s a man who sticks to his word: “I don’t know where I’m going from here, but I promise it won’t be boring.”