Married to the Mob came a long way since it first hit the fashion scene and the label’s designs seem to be getting ‘juicier’ every season. The brand aims to bring edgy, street-inspired ensembles that still maintain a classy, lady-like appeal, for all the women who wish to make a fashion statement and underline their ‘women rule!’ style, to enjoy. The label’s collection seems to feature a bit of an ‘R-rated’ style as an array of controversial words have been printed on certain items, details which will surely prevent you from getting by unnoticed.

Married To The Mob summer 2012 lookbook sheds some light on an array of T-shirt styles that match women with different personalities and personal preferences. From simplistic tank tops to casual-chic and sporty-style tees, the label brings to the fashion scene the hottest ‘deep flavor’ T-shirt styles. Although the label is no longer an all T-shirt brand as it expended its expertise into denim and accessories as well, it makes clear that this area is where the ‘soul’ of the brand lays.

The collection brings into attention an array of word compilations and statements from cool and chic to words that might make you blush, so choose the T-shirt style that suits your personality best. Browse the collection which is dominated by words such as ‘Mob’, ‘I ? My Sugar Daddy’, ‘Married Mob’, ‘Sorry We’re Mobbing’, ‘Women Beat Their Men’ and edgy, explicit word prints that will surely make heads turn such as the initials from the ‘C U Next Tuesday’ shirts and ‘Want Me-Hold Me-F%$K Me-Hate Me’ shirts. If you’re not all that into word prints, you can opt for the Tabatha shirts that feature a cool mix print on the front.

The collection brings the most popular hues to the fashion scene so you can pick your favorite and best match. Timeless gray, black and white non-colors dominate the collection while red, pink and orange give that youthful vibe that goes perfectly with the style of the collection. Get ready to make heads turn by picking-up your favorite MTTM summer 2012 items.

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