Use some of the past's most spectacular tones to look gorgeous today. Take a glimpse at the NCLA Summer of '69 collection and decide which of the options are the most flattering.
Indulging in the hottest new season trends is obviously an
extremely satisfying activity, but getting trapped in following
solely the current trend might make us miss out on other stylish
alternatives that deserve to be in the spotlight. After the uber
creative ‘Melody Ehsani x NCLA‘ collection, the brand is
aiming to keep the customer's interest alive by putting a colorful
perspective on the iconic past decades: “Inspired by a generation
that re-defined music, that pushed fashion forward and that
breathed the essence of freedom, the Summer of 69’ collection is
bringing back timeless style with a little touch of LA love!”
A little throwback at the time's most defining attributes is definitely useful in helping us appreciate the vibe of the collection and the fun names along with gorgeous tones and effects are definitely good steps in this direction. Furthermore, despite the desire to bring back the past, the company's perspective on safety and standards are anything but obsolete. You can rest assured that the gorgeous tones to help you shine this season don't contain harmful ingredients such as DBP, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Camphor BP, Toluene, Formaldehyde, Camphor and furthermore, no animal had to suffer in order for you to stay stylish.
The new tones are really high on the idea that the right color
can literally bring you joy and even make you see life in a much
more optimistic manner. The creamy tones with a distinguishable
groovy bohemian flair can certainly help you stand out in a matter
of seconds. The alluring alternatives of the new season are:
I'm With the Band- a gorgeous bright, coral crème
Eight Days a Week - a seductive rich blue lavender
Hello I Love You - rich, bright fluorescent berry
These seductive tones are already available to order and retail for $16 each. The brand also offers complimentary shipping for all US orders over $50.
Photo courtesy of NCLA