J.Crew: Match Your Panties to Your Pedi

Pastel undies perfectly complement your nail polish...

Veque nail polish for J.Crew
J.Crew undies and nail polish wow in dusty turnip, sundrenched peony, citrus lime, mint ice, mauve blush, and faded wisteria.

If you like to coordinate your accessories with your clothing, check out J.Crew’s latest beauty brainstorm: matching your panties with your nail polish.

With their new collection of pastel intimates + pastel nail lacquer, it’s fun and easy to match your mani and pedi to your unmentionables. J.Crew put a lot of time and effort into this cool campaign to create amazing springtime hues like dusty turnip, faded wisteria, mauve blush, sundrenched peony, citrus lime and mint ice for nail color, bras and panties.

The savvy retailer ingeniously partnered with Veque to introduce made-in-USA nail color that’s 18 bucks a bottle, vegan and non-toxic. (Specifically, it’s 9-free, which means you won’t pollute your manicure and pedicure with nasties like formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin, DBP, toluene, camphor, ethyl tosylamide, xylene, TPHP or shellac.)

These same yummy pastel colors are available in J.Crew’s warm-weather lineup of easy-to-wear intimates: French bralette, plunge V-neck bra, underwire balconette bra as well as bikini, hipster and thong panties. All are available in five lovable lingerie fabrics, from point d’esprit (a dotted mesh) to baby-soft cotton.

This is a chic, pretty look for spring and summer, perfect for vacations, beaches and honeymoons, or anytime you want to reveal a little brassiere strap under your T-shirt.

Visit jcrew.com to see the latest. I’ve included a few of my faves right here, for your consideration.

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  1. MorristownMom

    J. Crew ‘put a lot of time and effort’ into matching pantie and nail polish colors? Seriously? If that’s the case, then they may have a future in the Trump administration…