Here we go again! Instead of releasing the latest video in a wild fashion or create a huge noise about her latest album, Beyonce has ever so subtlely dropped clues regarding her upcoming Ivy Park collection.
Although there’s not much information about the set-list currently however, the name was confirmed by the Ivy Park’s Instagram. “WELCOME TO THE HALLS OF IVY,” the company captioned the Tuesday 23rd November Instagram post featuring the 40-year-old singer in a plaid, two-piece outfit.
With the name and uniform-inspired clothing It’s safe to say that the collection will be influenced by the traditional schoolgirl outfit.
For more evidence, head to her Instagram account and see her casually talking about the collection for the past week. On the 19th of November, on a Friday she posted a photo with a pleated skirt and grey turtleneck with a short-sleeve. The outfit was paired with sneakers and high-heeled socks.
Although the style didn’t seem to scream Ivy Park at first glance however, the designer did mention her company’s Instagram account. After sharing the entire look, she took to her Instagram account time to show her followers an inside look at her outfit.
Her chunky shoes included Ivy Park written very small in the left side. They were paired with Gucci socks and a sparkling diamond anklet that had the “B” charm.
The fans are definitely eager for the latest collection to hit the shelves, and they’re already excited to get their hands on the stunning styles.
“Omg I’m sooo readyyy to get my Chuck Bass on,” an individual wrote, referring to his Gossip Girl character. Someone else wrote, “Merry Christmas to me and me only bc all the coins I’ve been saving is for this drop.”
Although there isn’t much information about the new collection you can be sure that DailyGossip’s Style will be up-to-date about everything you need to be aware of.
The new line comes following its Peloton Park line that featured an advertising campaign featuring Peloton instructors such as Ally Love and Cody Rigsby.
The collection, which debuted on November 10 included all kinds of bike-related items, from shorts to workout sets to hoodies and windbreakers. The line had 29 different styles , ranging from $45 to $200. The most popular however was the limited edition IVP Ultraboost which was available in a light olive-green hue with neon green soles and green piping.
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