“La vida es Chula… Life is cool”-inspired attitude is overtaking the fashion trends again, introducing a carefree and colorful sunny break within the strict and rigid motives having formed for the upcoming fall/winter season. The Desigual fall/winter 2013-2014 collection, as all the other lines of the Spanish brand, is like a color blast against all types of stereotypes and barriers against cool and comfy looks, not subjected to any kind of pressure or regulation. This is something we miss so much during the busy and stressful working day, especially if the weather outdoors is gloomy and cold.
All the motives typical of Desigual have been preserved in the Desigual fall/winter 2013-2014 collection, yet this time modified with an interesting inclination towards graphical and optical prints. These kind of themes are found periodically while looking through the lookbook, and what is most spectacular, while being sunny, and colorful they manage to bring in some chic and classiness into this collection. The main safeguard against winter frost available in this line is the jacket with various interpretations like, for example, the padded one, still having spectacular embroidery and floral motives attached to them.
The descriptive worriless and life-enjoying attitude is found on shirts and variously designed tops as well, including such shapes as the one-shoulder off variant, further being found on wool sweaters as well. Chiffon fabrics used with some pieces really go nicely with the tight jeans and floral prints attached to it.
The leather trend like the cute biker jacket, again having those florals on, is also present in the Desigual fall/winter 2013-2014 collection. The folded designs, forming nice V-necks on tops, represent another spectacular aspect. The drapings and the popular tartan pattern are not left out of count either. Neither are the cute dotted and stripy designs!
So even on the cloudiest days you can have your sun put on with the awesome and supercool colors of the Desigual fall/winter 2013-2014 collection!
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