Kendall and Kylie Jenner have been busily dominating their world with their beauty sites, modeling, appropriating black culture, selling lip kits, and now, they’re releasing a collection for Nasty Gal.
Overall, it’s a weird collection. There’s SO much gingham and it’s all too country-girl-goes-through-a-rebellious-phase for me. I can’t imagine any way to make the gingham trousers more aesthetically pleasing. They are just flat out hideous.
Check em out below:
The top that goes along with the trousers is slightly less offensive – I’d even go as far to say I kind of like it. I feel like you could easily tone down the “artsiness” of the top with black skinny jeans. I like that it’s architectural but works with the pattern. The pants though? Again, no.
The shoes in the collection are kinda blah for me. I mean, I get it. Lace up, strappy heels are in and they’re super sexy. But I’ve seen all of their shoes before, a million times – and done better.
The white jumpsuit I feel is the most redeeming part of the collection. It’s interesting and different. I have no idea where you’d wear it but it’s the type of piece that you’d FIND a place to wear it because it’s that cool. And it’s not the try hard type of cool, it just is cool. I accept that even though I am not cool. However, for $298… er I have no excuse to buy this. I like looking at it though.
A $226 gingham skirt? No. Lame. And more copycat shoes.
They ended their collection with this ice skater dress. It’s fine I guess. I’m not impressed. Which is basically my general takeaway from this collection.