“Pretty Little Liars” fans can now rock the show’s clothing collection, inspired by Aria, Hanna, Emily, and Spencer, according to a Jan. 7 Entertainment Weekly report. While fans celebrate the premiere of the ABC Family show, eager fashionistas can shop the “Pretty Little Liars,” Aéropostale clothing line created by PPL costume designer Mandi Line, which hit stores this week.
“The good thing about Aéropostale is you’re going to get pieces that are affordable and age appropriate,” Line told EW of the collection “I really wanted to [work] with a retailer whose price point was [appropriate]. I want the kids and the parents to be able to afford it.”
Huffington Post recently spoke with “Pretty Little Liars” costume designer Line on how the show became one of the best dressed shows on television. Arriving on the exit heels of former fashion haven, “Gossip Girl,” the hit family series show has become the go to fashion guide for young fashionistas.
“Pretty Little Liars" has done for social media hasn't been seen on television,” Line told the Huffington Post. “Going into the show, I told the producers that ‘Gossip Girl’ is on its way out, and I can make this show the best-dressed show on television if you let me take these girls outside of the box and make them a little unrealistic... but with the right price points.”
The goal? “I want to make attainable fashion but I also want it to be a little fantastic,” she added.
Line has achieved that happy stylish medium with the “Pretty Little Liars” Aéropostale clothing line, which can be found at the brand’s retail stores across the U.S. and on aeropostale.com. From the chic faux leather moto jacket, to warm wool vest jacket and sweet lace dress, all items are at price points between $18 and $72.
Fans can watch their favorite show to see the clothes. Pieces from the line will be worn by the characters throughout the winter season of “Pretty Little Liars.”
The show debuted with record ratings, according to an NBC News report. Tuesday's Season 4 winter premiere was the most-tweeted premiere in TV history with more than 1.3 million tweets.