Week two of our review of online, trendy retailers features Nasty Gal.

Don’t let the name fool you (or scare you). We promise this site is work-environment appropriate, just don’t get caught online shopping!

What began as an e-Bay store in 2006 by Sophia Amoruso became an online and international sensation in providing some of the most current trends in fashion with a little bit of an edge. Nasty Gal’s clothing has hints of vintage, boho and rock-n-roll so there is certainly something for everyone and for every budget.  Most pieces range from $40 to $100 with the pricier pieces reaching $150 to $200.

We’re loving Nasty Gal’s: prints and patterns, hemlines, cutouts, and back-bearing tops.

Check out Nasty Gal’s blog for more style tips and inspiration.

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