PrettyLittleThing Launch ‘Second Skin’ Collection with Body Positive Activist La’Tecia Thomas

PrettyLittleThing has launched their next ‘Second Skin’ collection range with the model, makeup artist and body positive activist La’Tecia Thomas.

La’Tecia has worked alongside PrettyLittleThing to create the  20-piece ‘Second Skin’ collection inspired by wanting women to feel their best, confident selves in their own skin.

The collection showcases new neutrals and contrasting, overlock stitching, with figure-hugging rib fabrics and silhouette sculpting scuba styles to act as everyone’s second skin.

Speaking about the ‘Second Skin’ collection in a press release La’Tecia said “I’m thrilled to have had the opportunity to create my very own collection with Pretty Little Thing. It was our intention to create pieces that can be worn by anyone and everyone that will make you feel confident and comfortable in your skin. I really feel as though we achieved exactly that with this collection and I’m super excited to see how each piece is uniquely worn! I hope you love my PLT
collection, and it makes you feel like the best version of yourself! “

The ‘Second Skin’ collection has everything you need to upgrade your wardrobe with separates and bodysuits. Dressing becomes easy when you have the right form-fitting pieces in your wardrobe.

Take inspiration from La’tecia and rock all the staple pieces this summer. Exceeding your fashion limits with sheer mesh detailing and asymmetrical neck lines, immediately adding flirtatious feels. All in ones unite in rich chocolates, mauve hues and sand shades to create the ultimate fuse of tonal dressing this season. Unitards, flattering body con dresses and statement two-piece sets make these the perfect parings your wardrobe is dreaming of.

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