Gabrielle Union has been wowing audiences with her acting abilities for years. This stylish actress has recently signed on with New York & Company. Not only is she the face of 7th Avenue, she now has launched her line, simply named The Gabrielle Union Collection. New York & Company is a powerhouse brand to partner with for a collection.


gab un 2This chic collection of the Being Mary Jane star can give customers the work chic slay
they’ve been looking to add to their wardrobe. Like her character, Mary Jane, Gabrielle Union has an amazing fashion eye. The blending of prints, the elevation of materials, and the cool richness of this collection is beautiful. Luckily, us curvy and women can benefit from all this beauty too! Including multiple sizing, 2 through 20 and small through 2XL, there is a little something for all sizes and styles within this collection.


gab un 3This collection features a lot of comfort-friendly pieces–from warm sweaters, crop tops, and solid bodysuits, all the way to embroidered harem pants and dusters. Gabrielle has us covered! The dresses found in this collection are completely gorgeous! Lots of vibrant colors and prints add to the sophistication that Gabrielle Union can exude. Very representative of her character, on Being Mary Jane, Gabrielle Union has a lot of mixed options for all sized women. Real women. The jumpsuits and the pants look to have a fine tailoring that seems to fit curves and in a very flattering way. The stylish colors along with the long hems make this collection perfect for work where all of these items can be mixed and matched with each other to give your work wardrobe a boost. This collection is also budget-friendly as all of her pieces range from $30 to $120. Now that’s news we can all appreciate!

Check out our top three looks from the collection and tell us what you think! What pieces were your favorites?

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