What’s In The Kendall + Kylie For PacSun Holiday 2016 Collection? Get Ready To Shop This Season — PHOTOS
This retailer is on a roll. Not only have they just added a beauty section to their inventory, but they’re also gearing up for multiple product drops from a very popular duo. What’s in the Kendall + Kylie for PacSun Holiday 2016 Collection? This store is quickly becoming your one-stop shop for the gift-giving season.
This definitely isn’t the first range Kendall and Kylie Jenner have dreamed up for PacSun. Each time they create a line, they deliver the coolest pieces around, and the latest Holiday Collection is no different. Expect to see super trendy ‘90s and ‘70s-inspired pieces in the line-up. There’s everything from leopard print to crushed velvet in the mix, and you’re going to love these on-trend items.
There are over 160 sweaters, jackets, skirts and more, all ranging from $19.95-$195.95. So, no matter your budget, there’s sure to be a Kendall + Kylie piece for you to shop. The line will be available exclusively at PacSun starting Oct. 27. But, stay tuned for new pieces to be added to the collection all the way through the month of December. Because trust me, you’re not going to want to miss out on a single item from these sisters.
Like I said, the coolest clothes around.
You'll find keyhole tops and overalls in the collection.
But, there are also bomber jackets for your most dressed-down occasions.
If retro styles are your jam, then you're going to love this clothing. Take this chunky mock neck sweater, for instance.
It wouldn't be a '90s-inspired collection without a velvet slip dress, you know?
This faux leather mini skirt with a drawstring waistband is the perfect amount of comfy and chic to carry you through the season.
Bundle up in this suede motorcycle jacket for the ultimate cool-girl way to stay warm this winter.
Lace-up trend meets pull-over sweater? Umm, don't mind if I do, please and thank you!
For all of the K+K you need for the holidays, be sure to shop this line as soon as it's available on Oct. 27.
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