Fans had many things to look forward to on Pretty Little Liars this week. Not only did the ABC Family series return from its winter hiatus Tuesday night, but a new clothing line inspired by the show's characters hit stores Monday.
PLL costume designer Mandi Lane created a line of "affordable and age appropriate" items that reflect each of the Liars' personal style, to be sold by shopping mall specialty retailer Aéropostale.
“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.”
All items in the Pretty Little Liars collection are priced between $18 and $72. The collection includes a faux leather moto jacket, a wool vest jacket, a schoolboy blazer and a lace dress, all of which will be worn by Aria (Lucy Hale), Hanna (Ashley Benson), Spencer (Troian Bellisario) and Emily (Troian Bellisario) throughout the winter season.
During Tuesday's winter premiere the Liars went on a journey to find out who is buried in Ali's grave, given that she's been alive all along, and Aria and Ezra -- who is the new 'A'-- decided to rekindle their relationship.
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