The Item: Blac Chyna Wearing Shane Justin Collection Dripping Diamonds Set. Spotted out in Hollywood, California at the Ace of Diamonds.
You Asked: I don’t care what anyone say surgery or not Blac Chyna is killing the game! Like for real Rob can eat his heart out! I love me some Chy and her clothes, the blinged up one is what I need in my closet. What is it called? Is it a dress that is now in two or like crop top and skirt? Thank you hope you answer!
Ask and Tell: Blac Chyna Rocks Shane Justin Collection Dripping Diamonds Set
The Verdict: We got an answer for you love! We thought Black Chyna looked great in her shimmery little number too. Chyna’s look is actually two pieces. It is a design from the Shane Justin Collection. Nevertheless, this isn’t the first time Blac Chyna has slayed a set by Shane. Earlier in the year Chyna killed it in the label’s “2K” set.
However, in regards to her most recent look, you can find it online by surfing over to DTBVintage.com. Designer Shane Justin calls this luxurious set “Dripping Diamonds” and it is not hard to see why. This ensemble literally makes the wearer look like they are wearing “a girl’s bestfriend” all over their body.
If you want to get your hands on the Dripping Diamonds two piece set we suggest you act fast. It has already been revealed that there is a very limited supply. Plus, once a celebrity rocks a certain style that look always flies off racks like hot cakes. So then, get yours while you can!
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