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Shopping Exclusive With N Natori at HSN

Just in time for the holiday season, designer Josie Natori will be launching her first ever ready-to-wear collection for the N Natori line exclusively with HSN, on-air October 29th! The collection includes a variety of dresses, caftans, wide leg pants, and pencil skirts, among other wardrobe essentials in a variety of holiday-appropriate hues and signature Natori prints. In addition to RTW, the collection will also include an offering of chic and comfortable loungewear pieces, a staple to the Natori brand that look as though they can also be part of a ready-to-wear collection. Check out my favorites from the collection that you’ll want to put in your shopping cart now!

  • The Newest Collaboration 1 of 6

    Check out the exclusive collaboration between Natori and HSN.com!

  • The Cozy Knit 2 of 6

    This dress should be a staple for anyone who enjoys the comfort of loungewear wrapped up as a dress.

    Available at HSN, $119

  • The Bold Dress 3 of 6

    This dress is sure to bring enough color to a dreary winter day. Pair it with black tights and black heels for a monotone addition to your next holiday party.

    Available at HSN, $119

  • The Tunic 4 of 6

    This geometric printed tunic can be worn as ready to wear, as well as to bed. I would pair this "sleepwear" item with leggings and gold flats for a day out. This piece is too pretty to just sleep in. 

    Available at HSN, $58

  • The Belted Dress 5 of 6

    This fun charmeuse dress is a great piece to heat up any after-work holiday festivities, or worn sans belt under a blazer for the day. Either way, you'll get a lot of use out of this piece. 

    Available at HSN, $119

  • The Caftan 6 of 6

    While this piece is more loungewear, I would take it out as a top with a pair of dark skinny jeans and black booties for a casual girls-only holiday dinner. 

    Available at HSN, $58

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