Melissa McCarthy's holiday fashion campaign is giving us all the Christmas party outfit goals
Is there anything not to love about Melissa McCarthy? Not only is she a talented actress who rocks every part she’s given, but she’s an advocate for women everywhere and is making waves in the fashion industry with her fashion line Seven7, which she calls “all size.” The super-cute clothes are available in a variety of sizes and are carried by major retailers such as Macy’s, Nordstroms, Lane Bryant, and the Home Shopping Network, to name a few.
Recently, Melissa gave us total fashion goals with her outfit (that she designed herself!) on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Now, she’s making us want to glam it up, holiday style, with her adorable 2015 holiday campaign that is equal parts charming and hilarious, just like the actress herself. Not only is she sporting super cute black, embellished tops, skinnies, and heels, but a string of festive lights, because HEY, why not.
YEP, she’s the cutest. And there are adorable outfits complete with huge wreaths, because it’s December, after all.
Decking the halls is no fun without including yourself, after all. And naturally, they’re all topped off with a cheery smile, because it’s Melissa we’re talking about.
The festive holiday campaign is just the next step for Seven7, which has been totally rocking the fashion industry, not only because of its chic styles, but because of its focus on body inclusivity. “Women come in all sizes,” Melissa told Refinery29 back in August. “Seventy percent of women in the United States are a size 14 or above, and that’s technically ‘plus-size,’ so you’re taking your biggest category of people and telling them, ‘You’re not really worthy.’”
Calling this strategy “bad business,” Melissa decided to make Seven7 a line for all women. “I just don’t get why we always have to group everything into a good or bad, right or wrong category,” she told Refinery29. “I just think, if you’re going to make women’s clothing, make women’s clothing. Designers that put everyone in categories are over-complicating something that should be easy.”
You rock, Melissa, and thanks for getting us in the holiday spirit. If you want to peruse Seven7’s fabulous holiday section, check it out here — just get your holiday wish list out and ready, because you’ll want to add to it majorly.
(Images via Twitter.)