Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue

The curious and dazzling interpretations by Mango really have no end! Neither does the flight of human imagination and creativity. The newest proof of the longevity of Mango chic comes as the striking Mango summer 2014 catalogue, which, featuring the Romanian bombshell Andreea Diaconu, represents the expected and unexpected conglomeration of vibes and looks and introduces the chic pieces of the Spanish brand from a new perspective. If the new Mango summer 2014 campaign with Daria Werbowy presented some nice alternatives for wearing on the beach, these pieces come as the striking interpretations with popular tropical inspirations. So both the background and the pieces themselves are overwhelmed with these motives.

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue


Talking about the Mango summer 2014 catalogue in deep, we should start with the interesting red jumpsuit, which comes with tropical prints and an overall relaxed shape combining the shades of red and grey. Comfy knitted options are also here, and we may see them as cute sweaters matched with just as cool pieces like grey shorts. The pieces presenting khaki shades are also noteworthy here, especially with the many themes and the catchy designs. Similar inspiration served as a background for the next piece, coming as a comfy shirtdress with a straight shape and a pale pink tone.
Going even sportier, the Mango summer 2014 collection also includes options like the sporty tank top and the matching pants. Extra comfortable outerwear garments like zipper jackets are also worth mentioning in the list of the best. The totally flabbergasting looks come when we see the floor length strapless wonder and the pure white alternative with a mini length and some asymmetrical finishes. The relaxed forms coming both with classic pieces like shirts and sportier alternatives like ripped shorts show the following noteworthy aspect of this line. The same can be said about the options including transparency plays and patterns like stripes and brocades.

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue
So again we are bedazzled with the creativity and the absolutely breathtaking diversity of vibes, themes, and shapes we encountered here, and the Mango summer 2014 collection comes as another proof that Mango will stay one of our all-time most fave brands with its classy and youthful suggestions! So don’t hesitate to enrich your wardrobe with some more cool and great pieces from Mango!

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue

Andreea Diaconu for Mango Summer 2014 Catalogue

Photos courtesy of Mango

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