Ariana Grande’s Fashion Line For Lipsy Is Officially Here

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get your high pony ready

If you've always wanted to snag Ariana Grande's signature sweet-but-bad-girl style, your time is now. Grande's design debut for Lipsy just hit stores today and it's super cute, super feminine, and exactly what we expected

Looking like it's been borrowed directly from Grande's closet, the collection has all of the pop queen's wardrobe staples, from glittery heart-shaped jewelry to monochrome crop tops. She's also filled the line with high-waisted flared mini skirts—the secret to having mile-long legs no matter your height—and flattering bodycon dresses. While the collection may be lacking surprises, it's very versatile and sweet. Almost all of the pieces can easily be styled to transition from a casual day look to a night at the club. Get all the focus on you with the glitzy cat ears to match your flawless cat eye. Or if you really want to plan ahead, buy an outfit and some fake blood, and you have a Scream Queens-inspired Halloween costume at the ready.

The line is also very accessible, with prices starting at $9 for jewelry and going up to around $96 for prom dresses and a biker jacket. While it may only be available in stores across the pond, you can still shop it online here. Click through the gallery for a closer look.

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Ariana Grande for Lipsy, Organza Prom Dress, available at Lipsy.

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