Wednesday, November 5, 2014 Studio Soundtracks: On Tour With HOLYCHILD Pt. 5
In the fifth and final installment of her weekly tour diary, HOLYCHILD’s Liz Nistico expresses her love for ultimate cool girl MØ, karaokes in disguise, escapes a sketchy hotel, and ends her tour on a bittersweet note.
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 Contests: Sky Ferreira Ticket Giveaway!
Calling all Sky Ferreira fans! We’re giving away free tickets to her L.A. show. Two lucky ladies will win a pair of tickets to see Sky perform live at the Belasco Theater on November 20. Entering is easy! Just:
1) Follow Nasty Gal on Twitter
2) Click on the Twitter Card entry form on our Twitter in order to enter your name and email address
3) Be sure to @NastyGal in your Tweet
4) Get ready to rock out. Good luck!
Monday, November 3, 2014 Horoscopes: November ’14
SF-based astrologer Jessica Lanyadoo looks into her crystal ball to forecast your fashion future—so you’ll be all fabulous, with no faux-pas. Be at the top of your game this month and discover your sign’s essential power piece (because you can handle almost anything that comes your way when you’re wearing the right outfit), emoji, ballad and more. Get ready to gear up—November’s got a lot in store for ya!
Friday, October 31, 2014 Top Tens: Nasty Ghoul’s Favorite Iconic Scary Movies
Forget all of the contemporary horror films filled with cheesy CGI and convoluted plots—the real scary stuff is found in the movies that have haunted our dreams throughout the decades. In celebration of Halloween, we count down our top ten favorite iconic horror films along with our favorite (and surprisingly stylish) damsels in distress—along with a few damsels that cause distress. So snuggle up with a friend and some candy corn, because you won’t want to be watching these solo.
Thursday, October 30, 2014 Now and Then: Heavy Metal
Right now, we’re going for the gold—and silver. Because you can never shine too brightly. Take this photo of Twiggy in a structured silver plated dress and our Glamorous Countdown Sequin Shift Dress. It just goes to show that everything old is new again—and again, and again, and again…