Chrissy Lampkin’s Personal Style Round-Up

Reality TV Fashion has partnered with TOYOTA to share with you a celeb whose personal style I admire.  I knew right away that I wanted to feature Chrissy Lampkin, whose fashion I kind of slept on last season of “Love & Hip Hop.”  Now that it’s been (almost) confirmed that she’ll be returning to the small screen via “Jim & the Family Jones,” I’m so excited to bring to you this fashion-round up of my favorite looks from Seasons 1 and 2 of “Love & Hip Hop.”

Chrissy is a curvy girl who isn’t afraid to embrace both color and prints.  She appreciates, but doesn’t rely solely on, a bodycon style of dress.  Her wardrobe consists of classic pieces that range from long, flowing to more form-fitting silhouettes. Her style is the ideal blend of rocker chic meets uptown sophistication, and I dig that.

Looking stylish doesn’t always have to break the bank, which Chrissy shows us by her willingness to integrate both high and lower end pieces into her wardrobe – she’ll rock an ALDO shoe one day and Christian Louboutins the next.  Being curvy myself, she’s definitely a fashionista whose style I admire and turn to for fashion inspiration.

Thanks to TOYOTA for the fun challenge and, moving forward, I’m so excited to bring ya’all more Chrissy Lampkin fashion coverage once her new show premieres!

  
  
  

 

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One Response to Chrissy Lampkin’s Personal Style Round-Up

  1. tami says:

    She has some hits and misses but not too bad

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