Nasty Gal's Latest Lookbook Will Make You Work Up A Sweat

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    It's official, Nasty Gals definitely do it better. And, we're not just talking about street style or home decorthe L.A.-based company has unleashed another all-star lookbook, and it's jam-packed with killer outfit inspiration. But, we'd be silly to expect anything less from Sophia Amoruso, the brains behind the e-tailer empire. She's already published a print magazine and has launched a crazy-successful in-house label — and to think, it all started with a little eBay shop!

    Now, in her latest lookbook, she's taken this season's MVT (Most Valuable Trends), and peppered in a bit of vintage nostalgia in the form of windbreakers and satin jackets. The athletic-inspired shoot runs circles around any editorial competition, thanks in part to the location (New Mexico's White Sands), strategic sequins, and a badass boom box. Oh, and it doesn't hurt that model Naomi Preizler was a true team player, making gym attire look 100% glam.

    And you know what they say: If you can't beat 'em, might as well join 'em! So, take a peek at the snaps and be prepared to witness what may be the best treadmill motivation on the planet.

    Photo: Courtesy of Nasty Gal

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