It’s like a party in your pants! Furthermore, just because most will never see what you got on under that slip dress; does not mean you can’t be chic and cute when it comes to your “unmentionables.” The MeUndies x Cross Colours Collection is vibrant, voguish, full of retro glam and effortlessly cool. Plus, we spotted a look from the line on one super hot star. Therefore, it’s pretty safe to say that this new collaboration is lit!
Justine Skye Rocks the MeUndies x Cross Colours Collection
Miss skye is currently keeping busy with her music. However, that didn’t stop the Purple Unicorn from giving us another fashionable moment. While on a quick break Justine snapped a photo with the caption, “On set shooting the video for my new single dropping in a couple weeks. And MeUndies new collaboration with Cross Colours just landed!”
Justine looked beyond cute modeling her boisterous under-roos. MeUndies recently took a moment to explain the collaboration as well as Cross Colours long time influence in the fashion world. The brand reveals,
“Our collaboration with the iconic Cross Colours hits 90s freshness in today’s style. Keep your summer looks fresh. Color blocking and triple needle stitch details with limited edition branding.
Throughout the 90s, Cross Colours iconic style was worn by stars like TLC, Muhammad Ali and even the Fresh Prince of Bel Air [Will Smith]. In the 90s, streetwear was everywhere and leading the pack was the iconic Cross Colours. As street fashion hit the runway, CxC was the brand that everyone looked to. CxC founders gave a voice to hip hop culture and streetwear in the world of 90s fashion with their iconic color blocking looks.”
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