Blogger’s Pick: Tomgirl Bralette

The NEW Tomgirl Bralette is here and we’re not the only one who loves it! Blogger and #AerieREAL girl Mel Denisse can’t get enough of the comfy style.

Blogger Pick: Tomgirl Bralette

“I loved pairing these three pieces together for those mornings you just want to walk in your neighborhood and grab a coffee. It not only makes a statement, but it’s so effortlessly wearable throughout the entire day”

Blogger Pick: Tomgirl Bralette

“I’ve been loving the tomgirl bralette for so many reasons— first, comfort. I could live in it all day. And showing it off is fun since it feels like a causal part of the outfit with the button details and the ‘aerie’ writing on the bottom.” Blogger Pick: Tomgirl Bralette

Shop Mel’s Look: Tomgirl Logo Bralette | Embroidered Shirt | Warm-Up Pant

Blogger Pick: Tomgirl Bralette

Blogger Pick: Tomgirl Bralette

Blogger Pick: Tomgirl Bralette

Show us how you style the Tomgirl Bralette with #AerieREAL for a chance to be featured on the style gallery!

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Stylist’s Picks: All About The Tomgirl Trend

New season. New collection. New trend Tuesday! First up on Erin’s list? You go, tomgirl!

Stylist’s Picks: All About The Tomgirl Trend


Flash back to the 90’s with comfy, easy-to-wear styles. Think all-new Tomgirl Bralettes, Hi-Leg Undies, iridescent caps and cropped sweaters that give girl power a whole new meaning. Isn’t it ironic that everything you loved as a kid is back and better than ever?

Stylist’s Picks: All About The Tomgirl Trend

Stylist’s Picks: All About The Tomgirl Trend


Comfy, cool AND classic… the Tomgirl Bralette does it all! In scoop, button-front and triangle fits and pretty shine and super soft cotton fabrics, there’s a Tomgirl for every Aerie girl.

Stylist’s Picks: All About The Tomgirl Trend


Rock your Tomgirl Bralette under a cropped white tee and pair it with the NEW tighty whitey, our Hi-Leg Undies*.

*Best enjoyed while jumping on your bed and blasting Alanis Morrissette.

Stylist’s Picks: All About The Tomgirl Trend

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Red, white & all you! Our stylist’s outfit of the week is made for a little holiday coming up next Monday. Pool party? Picnic? Outside lounging? Erin’s look will get you set for anything the 4th throws your way.ERIN’S OUTFIT OF THE WEEK: MUST-HAVES FOR THE 4TH

Shop Erin’s Look: Scoop Piping Bikini Top | Piping Bikini BottomMesh Ruffle Top | Track Short

Early July means the summer’s hottest temps, and piping hot swim is ready for it! Wear our bright red Scoop Piping Bikini Top and Piping Bikini Bottom, and let it show through our sheer Mesh Ruffle Top. Get your blues in with our Track Short on the bottom, and you’re all set to party in the USA!


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We couldn’t wait any longer… the City Sweatshirt is here early! And our stylist is ALL about it. Oversized, super soft and super comfy, this is THE must-have top for shorts in the summer and leggings in the fall.


Shop Erin’s Outfit: City Sweatshirt | Scoop Piping Bikini Top | Piping Bikini Bottom |  Vintage Hi-Rise Festival Short

Summer heat doesn’t mean you can’t rock your sweatshirt… every AC blast and cool summer night needs a City Sweatshirt. Wear it over classic denim cutoffs and our other favorite new trend—white piping swim. Go big or go home!


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#AerieREAL Love From Iskra: Goal Setting

Hey Aerie girls,

I wanted to talk about dreams and goal settings and share some ways I get creative and organised to help me achieve my ambitions.

The first thing to remember is that any dream you have is valid. We are encouraged as young children to be whatever we want when we grow up but as we move through the education system we are then told to choose a college course and pick a career that’s actually attainable…

I just want to tell you no matter what age you are or what you are currently doing we have the power to be and do anything. I recently trained with a 20 times undefeated boxing champ and she only started boxing at 29 years old! She was going through a divorce and had a 8 year old but found what she loved and was talented at and has never looked back!

So now I will share with you things that have helped me get where I am today.

First off I LOVE vision boarding.

My vision board is in my bedroom. I put pictures and quotes on it. Some are my dreams, some inspire me, and some remind me of people and moments that are special to me.

You don’t need rules to make a vision board and I love getting together with my besties and having a whole day of getting creative. I like to grab my fave magazines or images I find online and make it super colourful with crayons and pens.

You will just need a corkboard or even some cardboard you can add pictures and quotes too. Of course you can add other things too if you want, friendship bracelets, gig tickets, cards from your besties! Your board your rules!

So you put a picture of Times Square on your moodboard, what’s next? It’s not just gunna happen by staring at it lol! You’ve got to have a plan. Make your dream a goal, add a date or year when you want it happen, think about things you need to do to make this happen! I call this my POA… Plan Of Action.

A POA is great for bigger goals, which are longer term and require lots of actions. But for everyday things to do, I make lists on my cell phone. I group list items as things I need to do now and things I can do later. So I also keep the highest priority or the nearest deadline things at the top of the list.

The important thing is to find something that works for you. For me it is my vision board, POAs, and cell phone lists.

Don’t be afraid to have big dreams – they’re the best sort! Breaking them down into smaller steps and setting specific goals will make your dreams easier to achieve. You might find your your goals change over time but that’s OK, go for it! You’re still be super effective having dreams and getting things done! And don’t forget to help your besties have inspiring dreams, set goals, and have fun!

Excited to see your vision boards! Tag me @iskra and @aerie #AerieReal

Sending you so much love!

Iskra x

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Real Talk with Julie Nolan

It’s no secret Aerie loves contemporary jewelry maker and girl boss, Julie Nolan. Her pieces are handmade from the heart. Read on to learn more about Julie and what makes her #AerieREAL.

Real Talk with Julie Nolan

Can you tell us a little about your brand and what inspired you to start making jewelry?

JN: I started making jewelry when I was a kid, probably about 8 years old, because it’s fun!  I  liked making beaded jewelry and friendship bracelets.  I’d make necklaces and have my mom take them to her work to sell to her coworkers.   I guess I’ve always had an entrepreneurial spirit! 

I started my brand, Julie Nolan Jewelry, around 2009 shortly after completing jewelry school in Manhattan.  It’s probably not the right way to do things, but I didn’t start out with a business plan or anything like that.   I just sort of hit the ground running, making pieces that I thought looked cool. If I were to try to stand on the outside and describe my work, I’d say that I make clean, subtle, pieces that you can wear everyday.  You could wear my jewelry to the beach or to a fancy dinner.  I get a lot of customers that say they never take my pieces off.  To me that’s the greatest testament of love for my creations.     

Real Talk with Julie Nolan

How does astrology inspire your designs?

JN: This is probably not the answer that you’re looking for, but I’m not really that into astrology.  My knowledge of personality traits as they relate to star signs has grown considerably as a result of my Zodiac Constellation designs but I wasn’t some kind of yodeling astrologer going into it.  

When I was a kid growing up in San Jose, CA I used to love to go to the Rosicrucian Museum.  It’s a really beautiful spot near the Rose Garden area.  The museum is filled with a strange and mysterious mix of Egyptian relics and alchemical texts and art from the middle ages.   I was always fascinated by this place and it’s beguiling aesthetic.  

Fast forward to the mid 2000’s in Brooklyn.  My boyfriend (now husband) Pete brought home a book he bought from a street vendor in Williamsburg called The Lore and Lure of Outer Space.  It was kind of an overview of ancient astronomy going back to the dawn of recorded history.  Again, it had a lot of really cool illustrations from the Alchemical texts of Hermes Trismegistus and the ancient origins of astrology.  In the book there was a series of plates taken from a turn-of-the-century Swiss Calendar.  I looked at the book a lot for a few years before it dawned on me that the simple zodiac constellation designs would render really well as jewelry.  I started selling them at the Holiday Market at Colombus Circle back in 2009 and they continue to be one of my most popular designs. 

So to answer your question I’m more interested in the aesthetics of ancient astronomy than I am in Astrology, although I’m getting more and more sucked in as the years go by.     

Real Talk with Julie Nolan

What is your astrological sign? What does that mean to you?

JN: I’m a Scorpio, and this means you either love me or are afraid of me.   I will admit that I do relish being a Scorpio.  Who wouldn’t want to be a fierce, powerful and creative force of nature?  I certainly wouldn’t let astrology be a guiding force in my life but in this instance I’m proud to fit the textbook description of a Scorpio and I have been known to peruse from time to time (for fun).   

What is your favorite piece of jewelry?

JN: It’s hard to have just one favorite piece,  but if push came to shove I’d say my wedding band is my favorite piece of jewelry.  It was the first ring I made all by myself from start to finish back when I was just starting out at Studio Jewelers in Manhattan.  

My husband and I each found twigs at McCaren Park in Brooklyn and I cast them into Gold rings using the lost wax technique.  I think it’s a really nice analogy for our relationship.  We found something natural and beautiful in this great big dirty city and forged it into something permanent and valuable.  

Real Talk with Julie Nolan

What advice do you have for other women entrepreneurs?

JN: The best advice that I can give other female entrepreneurs is to take classes.  Not only do you have the opportunity to improve your skill set, but you also have the opportunity to meet other women who have the same interests as you.  It’s really a win/win situation.  

Also, I always tell my 8 year old daughter Violet to be nice to everybody.  I think it’s important to treat other people nicely and with respect.  

Real Talk with Julie Nolan

What makes you #AerieREAL?

JN: Well gee I don’t know.. I’m not perfect?  And like a lot of women (and people in general) I’ve certainly felt shame about not having a body that  meets up with what advertisers and common public opinion holds up to be “beautiful” or even normal for that matter.  So hats off to you guys for using girls in your ads that are a little chubby, have subtle imperfections, or are just different looking than what’s been considered the “ideal” woman for the past 20 years or whatever.   Not to mention that this “ideal” standard is so boring!  Thanks for bringing some variety and interestingness into your advertising.  Hopefully my daughter’s generation won’t have to think about this junk at all and can just be humans.    I’m a woman with a singular aesthetic who likes making things.  Thank you for considering me to be #AerieREAL.    

Real Talk with Julie Nolan

Julie Nolan, Jewelry Designer

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