How creative should a designer be in order to be successful and remarkable? Well, if it comes to the Spanish subtle and sophisticated understanding of tastes and styles, you can be sure that the creativity and talent are limitless. The new BDBA fall/winter 2013-2014 collection comes to prove all you expectations and hopes with the new chic and positive looks. The feminine and delicate dresses take you back to a circus atmosphere, where you surely remember your carefree childhood and all the positive energy of the surrounding world. As always the BDBA collection doesn’t lack the hot Spanish elements and some traditional designs that make the apparels more creative and artistic.
The protagonist of this cute fairy-tale is the curious and smart gorgeous woman, who is brave enough to question everything and just have fun from the smallest things in life. She still has the little adorable kid inside her and cherishes its inquisitive and always wondering image. In spite of this, she is mature and sophisticated.
Almost all tints and natural colors are used to create the artistic BDBA fall/winter 2013-2014 collection. You see the gorgeous turquoise, bright yellow, classy black, elegant indigo and many more. There is also a great variety of materials and outlines. The Spanish brand uses chiffon ruffles to make the looks more royal and antique. Fur also seems quite trendy and fashionable for the season.
The turquoise short dress with a big elegant cut on the back is just stunning and truly feminine. It promises to give you a simple, yet classy and gorgeous look. A very positive outfit made of gray classy shorts and a simple loose cotton shirt with colorful prints on will make your fall a bright one. The hot yellow short dress with white and black circles on is perfect to wear on a fancy evening or a cocktail party.
You can also find some tourist looks as the gray classy pants, a plain creamy shirt and a fury and cozy vest worn over it. With the new collection from BDBA you can surely go ahead and conquer new worlds and hearts.
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