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Melissa McCarthy’s had a banner couple of years. She’s gone from the beloved sidekick of Lorelai in Gilmore Girls-era fame to a star in cult-classic comedies like Bridesmaids. Then, she threw critics even further for a loop as a killer leading lady in this year’s action-packed flick, SPY.
And, like any smart celebrity who has cemented herself as a style star in her own right, Melissa’s working hard to bring that glory of looking–and feeling–like a million bucks to the every girl. She’s teamed up with denim favorite Seven7 for a wide-ranging collaboration that merges the world of premium tried-and-true blues with plus sizes. The result is an all-inclusive umbrella of the heralded jeans label.
For Women of All Shapes and Sizes
Admitting that she herself has been “every size on the planet,” the Emmy award-winning actress knows that “you don’t lose your love of fashion” when you hit a new number. With a passion for design since her grade school days, she’s taking on a new role and living out her sartorial dreams with a chic collection made to empower.
Already known for its European heritage and Hollywood glamour, the Seven7 brand gets a welcomed boost in the Melissa McCarthy collection. The already-great name now includes an all-new, ready-to-wear line, accessories and even beauty products for women across the board, of all sizes and shapes. Going beyond the basics, this fall-ready offering holds beautiful duster cardigans, tie front blouses, trendy leggings and, of course, cool denim essentials and clocks in at unbelievably affordable price points — considering its luxury fits and fabrics.
Positioned smartly to fit right into your favorite department stores, commerce sites and mall names, the Melissa McCarthy Seven7 line is already available at HSN, Lane Bryant, Macy’s, Nordstrom and more. If that’s not convenient enough, you’ll soon find the line up on McCarthy’s own site, melissamccarthy.com — which makes snagging each and every separate a cinch.