New Lacey Chabert clothing line with HSN: ‘I want women to feel stylish while being comfy and cozy.’

A Lacey Chabert clothing line has launched with HSN. The Lacey Chabert Collection features everything from dressy Mommy and Me looks to chic loungewear.

“Collaborating with HSN on this has been a dream come true,” Chabert said in an interview with E Online. “Clothing is such a way to express yourself, and I’m actually a longtime HSN shopper!”

Prices range from $30 for a French Terry pullover to $79 for a hooded jacket with a drawstring waist.

Lacey Chabert clothing line

In a post on Instagram, Chabert showed off one of the Mommy and Me looks with her 6-year-old daughter, Julia.

“Julia and I are wearing our matching dresses in Meadow Plaid,” she wrote. “The link in my bio takes you to HSN.com where you can shop for these looks! @hsn This dress comes in 4 colors. Sizes XS-3X. If you purchase one please tag me in your photos! I’d love to see.”

She also posted a video to celebrate the launch.

“This is a dream come true!! I’m so excited to announce my very first line of loungewear exclusive to @hsn,” she wrote.

Hallmark star

Chabert made her television debut in 1994 as 11-year-old Claudia Salinger in the Fox series Party of Five. She appeared in the movies Lost in Space, The Wild Thornberrys, and Mean Girls.

Her first film with Hallmark Channel was 2010’s Elevator Girl. Chabert played Liberty Taylor, an eccentric, free-spirited young woman who gets trapped in an elevator with an uptight lawyer. She went on to star in the Hallmark movies Matchmaker Santa (2012), A Royal Christmas (2014), A Family for Christmas (2015), and A Christmas Melody (2015).

She and Brennan Elliott co-starred in the All of My Heart movie series for Hallmark Channel, as well as the Crossword Mysteries for Hallmark Movies and Mysteries, which she also helped produce.

In February, Chabert announced she had signed a multi-year deal with Hallmark Media to write, produce, and star in several movies for the company. In a Forbes interview, she said she appreciates the network because it tells stories driven by women.

“It’s a very unique place in our business where it’s female-driven stories,” she said in a recent Forbes interview.

The Lacey Chabert Collection is available on the HSN website. Click here for a link.

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