missguided

Missguided x Playboy Launch New Collection

Online fashion retailer MISSGUIDED launched a new collaboration with the iconic Playboy brand. This collection caters to the bold, rebellious, and confident woman. The 76-piece streetwear-inspired line is size-inclusive. The collection and range of pieces all hold true to the MISSGUIDED customer. From athleisure, weekend wear, and Ariana Grande-esque oversized hoodies/sweatshirts, these will easily tie into your wardrobe. The overall color palette consists of black, white, and muted neutrals like blush and cream tones. It is always interesting to see how a newer brand can breathe new life into an existing legacy, such as Playboy. Kudos to MISSGUIDED for offering more fashionable pieces that can be stylized vs. the run of the mill novelty Playboy merch.

Playboy x MISSGUIDED is relevant to what fast fashion in 2020 should look like. Pieces that stand on their own and will turn heads. With prices ranging from $20-68, it’s affordable to create a new look around a certain piece or matching set. There are also plenty of non-clothing items such as notebooks, reusable cups, and slippers which are all effortless gifting ideas.

Overall, we think the Playboy collection has been one of the most substantial from MISSGUIDED and excited to see what future capsule collections have in-store.

Previous
Next

Black High Neck Ruched Mesh Mini Dress

Pair a blazer on top of this with a thin belt to make a statement. | Shop Now
missguided

Yellow Reflective Repeat Print T-Shirt Dress

Pair this with distressed denim shorts & your favorite white kicks for weekend wear. | Shop Now
missguided

Track Jacket & Pant Set

Elevate your fit with a pair of leather booties or pumps. | Shop Now
missguided

White Spray Paint Graphic Oversized Hoodie Dress

Perfect for a Monday or cozy turn-down moment. | Shop Now
missguided

Pink Tie Dye Mesh Crop Top & Pink Tie Dye Hoodie & Joggers

If these styles don’t scream summer, what does? | Shop Left | Shop Right
missguided

Advertisements
More Stories
The Intermission Project – Sorry