Nasty Gal Valentine’s Day 2014 Lookbook

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Nasty Gal Valentine's Day 2014 Lookbook
Nasty Gal Valentine’s Day 2014 Lookbook

Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays. I am sure you all understand the reasons behind it, right? And I am pretty positive you have the same attitude toward this event. It is time now to start planning for the big day, coming up with gifts fro your soulmates and deciding on the scene for celebration. But the most important quest is far from that. First of all you need to find a perfect outfit. How else can you shine and glow beside your beloved one? Nasty Gal offers an excellent solution. Take a look at the brand’s Valentine’s Day 2014 lookbook and get a handful of ideas.

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The brand tapped two beautifil models to star in the photoshoot: Moa Aberg and Camilla Christensen. The stunners pose for Zoey Grossman against indoor backdrops. The duo represents a classic combination of black and white, with one element that ties the worlds together – it is the clothing pieces by Nasty Gal.

I absolutely adore all the outfits showcased in the lookbook. Every single ensemble is full of creativity and gorgeous design. On one of the pictures the ladies wear mini bustier frocks in red and pink each. This particular image creates an impression of the two dolls being lensed acidentally. There are also other dresses with some of them more feminine and others more fatale.

Something you will all fall for is yet to come. Nasty Gal released an image of the blonde goddess rocking a very hot and delicate underwear piece in lust red. I assume that was the culmination point of the lookbook, as this is what we tend to love the most. Take a look at the gallery to see more of the lookbook.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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