This fall Macy’s has partnered up with the Culpo sisters to launch an exclusive ready-to-wear collection, Culpo's X INC International Concepts. Olivia Culpo, Aurora Culpo, and Sophia Culpo have designed a unique and artistic variety of ultra-comfortable, figure-flattering pieces that are flexible to wear from day to night. They have managed to capture a versatile assortment of apparel at pocket-friendly prices.
The collection launched will feature at-home loungewear that includes cozy and glamorous matching sets, joggers, biker shorts, hoodies, luxe sweaters and sweater dresses perfect for staying at home or going to the town. The collection has emphasized leopard and snake prints with bold black and red colors. The sisters have been exposed to second-hand fashion and add their unique sense of sustainability. The main aim of the collection is to empower women with the opportunity to highlight individual and unique personal styles, whether it’s in a sleek bralette, stylish cardigan or cushy sweater.
Olivia Culpo stated that while growing up she constantly looked at her elder sister for inspiration. She added that her younger sister followed suit. She stated that while their individual style had changed they still consult one another for inspiration. She concluded that the new collection was the perfect balance for each of them.
She was offered a lot of her sister's previously used clothes growing up, and she leaned how to make it her own style. Aurora Culpo continues to prove herself as a force in the industry, She is an inspirational icon on social media where she continues to reach out to the masses providing sustainable and eco-friendly tips.
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