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End Your #BlackGirlInLuxury Summer With The Season’s Hottest Color
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What's a better way to end a summer of #blackgirlinluxury than a hue that effortlessly alludes to that? Associated with themes of royalty, luxury, and ambition, purple is a stand-out color for summer and, from the looks of it, well into fall and winter. From the coveted corseted lilac runway looks of LaQuan Smith to the Rolling Stone digital cover featuring Young Thug in head-to-toe lavender to the newly released purple cow-hid pieces from IVY PARK's Rodeo collection, hues of purple are littering the fashion industry.


From naughty plum to romantic lilac, keep scrolling to see this round-up of perfected purple manicures.

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