Femininity and elegance are timeless. They are not only the hottest trends of the new cold season, but will definitely be there in summer and the successive fall season too. Getting feminine and elegant pieces, be sure that you are making a timeless investment. German label Betty Barclay is one of the biggest fans of this refined style and every single collection of it comes to state this once again. Thus, the newest Betty Barclay fall/winter 2012-2013 collection too comes to pay a tribute to ladylike fashion and elegant, chic office wear style through a series of on-trend and inspirational clothing pieces and accessories that will help you look polished and smart on any occasion.
Smart cuts, perfectly polished tailoring and simplicity are the words of the Betty Barclay fall/winter 2012-2013 collection. The brand has created mainly monochrome options both in go-with-everything neutral shades and in lovely eye-popping brights. Timeless black, brown, trendy gray and earth tones take care of the versatile factor of the looks, while occasional pops of red, burgundy, orange, purple, eclectic blue, green, blue and dark lemon have been used for making fall fashion more interesting and brighter. The brand has also opted for some trendy prints, such as snakeskin prints, graphic prints, stripes, dots, floral touches and leopard patterns. In some of the designs, we can also see mixed and matched patterns.
The Betty Barclay fall/winter 2012-2013 lookbook demonstrates amazing casual wear clothing pieces, office-ready looks and pieces for special occasions. There are straight fit tailored trousers, straight elegant dresses, knee length skirts, colored denim pants, sweaters, delicate blouses, blazers, trendy coats, leather jackets, knitted long jackets and much more. The looks are finished off with equally elegant accessories, including thin belts, necklaces, sunglasses, bracelets, woolen scarves, fedora hats, handbag, clutches and classy shoes. Looking always on top is always possible with Betty Barclay!
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