Quirky and cool: Picks from Emma Louise Connolly’s Nasty Gal collab


We adore the Insta Queen and all-round mega babe that is Emma Louise Connolly, so news that her latest collab with Nasty Gal has landed pretty much made our (pay) day. 

Emma Louise has teamed up with Nasty Gal to create a Spring edit – one of the trickiest trans-temperature style periods.

From pastel suits to black organza sleeves, there is a lot to appreciate in this collection: 

Suit jacket €54.00, Suit pants €34.00

To start, this corduroy suit is desk to disco perfection. 

The relaxed tailoring makes it perfect together with a white tee, or dressed up with a bralette and heels – or rock the suit as separates. 

The little white dress has swiftly taken over from it's black counterpart as the throw-on-and-go garment of choice for Insta's it-gals. 

Emma Louise styles hers with striking white cowboy boots, but we like it with white Stan Smiths and a beige trench coat for summer dates. 

 Top Notch Crinkled Satin Shirt €34.00

TBH this shirt will work harder for your wardrobe than you ever have – it's versatility and nod to a vintage vibe landed it on our selection of top picks. 

The silk accents make it look like it far surpasses it's 30 quid price tag in expense, and we're picturing it tucked into every pair of work trousers we have, along with being thrown, open, over a bikini come summer holidays. 

 Zip It Through Denim Boilersuit €81.00

Utility is one of 20129's top trends, with the functional boiler suit coming through as a top contender piece from the trend, and Emma's collection. 

Rather than sticking to a tradition neutral, Emma's popping blood orange shade is giving us serious 70s vibes. 

Roll up the trouser cuffs and add sneakers and a white turtleneck underneath for an edgy look. 

Chase Me Leopard Belt €16.00

While we're DECEASED over this sheer, balloon sleeve blouse (seriously, how stun would it be with denim shorts for a festival or a silk skirt for evening wear) – it's the belt that's stealing our attention. 

Leopard print is still a hit for 2019, but in more subtle elements such as this 60s print belt.