Nasty Gal’s new collection is here and it’s 50% off!!

Alexandra Hourigan 10 November 2017 NEWS


The vintage-inspired Nasty Gal collection dropped and man we are getting those Great Gatsby vibes!

Alrighty Nasty Gal, we see you. The fashion brand not only released its incredibly stunning new collection that is very vintage, but you can get it for 50% off too!

It includes a range of colours but we are definitely feeling the pastels with multiple pink, blue and purple hues that are to die for. Your holiday and new years parties are completely sorted with the 20 piece collection of stunning, intricate embellishments alongside dramatic silhouettes and fresh colours.

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The collections original prices start at $112 but with a sneaky lil' 50% off, your wallet is going to be having a field day and not plotting its revenge later! The collection encompasses a range of items including, tops, pants, playsuits and some stunning dresses that are bound to give you Daisy from the Great Gatsby inspo. The brand's goal is for "Treasures now, true vintage later" and we couldn't scream "here, here" louder.

Nasty Gal also stocks sizes from 2-12 so the odds of finding something for you and definitely high! With stunning sequins, tassels, flowers and more, we're not too sure there is anything more you could want!

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