Dressing casually with MyGirlCrush


Ainslee has made her mark as a glamour model and a digital content creator.

Model Ainslee, founder of MyGirlCrush

Now the Scottsdale, Ariz-based resident has launched a new casual apparel brand, MyGirlCrush (MyGirlCrush.com).

MyGirlCrush offers a line of “breezy” lightweight dresses, bodysuits, two-piece sets and jumpsuits.

“Starting my clothing line has been something I’ve wanted to do for a long time. I felt that offering hard-to-find colors and ‘tweaking’ designs to make them more wearable would make MyGirlCrush stand out, and it has,” Ainslee said in a press release. “We feel that our designs and color options set us apart from our competition.”

Noting the comfort factor in her line, Ainslee (who touts herself as one of the top earners on OnlyFans) said GirlCrush is the perfect line for a post-COVID world where comfort is still a top trend.

“Whether you’re into dressing up, dressing down, adding accessories or playing with color, there are several fashion trends that came out of lockdowns that have stayed strong – streetwear, athleisure and anything where comfort is king is at the top of people’s post-pandemic style,” she said in a press release, adding that “wearing ‘certain’ colors for spring/summer and fall/winter are currently out the window.”

“Yellow and baby blue are perfect spring colors and plum and chocolate brown rule the winter months, but no one is paying attention to the rules anymore. MyGirlCrush is selling bright colors all year long,” said Ainslee.

“We’re all wearing what makes us look and feel good, and we aren’t being dictated by the ‘fashion police’,” she said in a press release.

Model Lili Rojek wears MyGirlCrush. PHOTOS by MIKE CHAIKEN

Model Abigail Friend wears MyGirlCrush. PHOTOS by MIKE CHAIKEN