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April 13, 2013  | by: Taja Whitted

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Finally, a wardrobe to flaunt your toned body. Cut-outs, geometric shapes, and bright colors are in this month thanks to Nasty Gal’s latest look book.

Baring all and baring little this collection is on the playful side with t-shirts such as the rookie and the rebound. Catching me off guard, my eyes stayed glued to the screen as I clicked away to see this month’s offerings, while model Melanie Monrose strikes pose after pose.

Previously the March look book explored prints and floral designs where April is concerned with shapes and solid color schemes.

A very back to basics collection, April’s look book still presents clothes daring enough for the ordinary fashionista who wants to push boundaries.

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A new take on the high low skirt, the shape up skirt is available in a variety of colors and is the alternative futuristic version of  last season’s trend.

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Then, there are the  push to start leggings that add energy to any outfit with its electric blue hue. You can pair it with a peplum top for a dressier occasion or the rebound crop knit for a casual outfit. Either way your outfit will standout so beware of the paparazzi.

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Meanwhile the lattice leggings are a great way to show off skin subtly.  Each piece in this collection is stylish for spring and can transition smoothly into your summer outfit. I’m looking forward to purchasing the Hilight Wedge sneaker as it seems the wedged sneaker will be here to stay.

What did you think of Nasty Gal’s April look book?


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