I don’t know where the name comes from and I may even be pronouncing it incorrectly, but there is nothing ‘Nanna’ about Nana Judy right now and I mean that in the best kinda way.
If you’re a first time player with this brand, think plaid with lace up details, cropped elasticized tees, sheer shirts and bad ass bomber jackets (quite literally: one has ‘Still the Baddest’ scrawled across the back.)
If I haven’t given you enough of a visual, basically this clothing is 2016 Khloe Kardash… HHot bod, bit of ‘tude and is cool AF. Bombers are big again this winter and the options at Nana Judy will have you sorted.
In the spirit of KK, I decided to show some serious skin with one of their mini skirts. The asymmetrical hem paired with the buckle and zip details give this skirt just enough grunge to keep it interesting.
I toned it down with the prettiest of pinks, in a set of long sleeve shirt and bomber that I’m obsessed with. Even though it is the most innocent of pinks, the front reads ‘To Hell and Back’ – perfection. In case I’ve painted a picture that this brand is a bit too hardcore for your aesthetic, fear not: Nana Judy stocks the staples you need as well.
There are slip dresses, jeans, tees and shorts to meet all your requirements and then some. I spotted one cream dress that was more Kimmy K than her sis.
They have the exact right combination of items to complete any winter wardrobe and I’ll be heading back for another bomber ASAP.
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