Gucci Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

The Gucci pre-fall 2014 collection fantasy is all about not letting the winter frosts overtake your colorful mood. What Gucci opted for to create its new pre-fall collection are the sweet and energizing tones for outerwear options, pants, skirts, tops, and dresses. These shades include sunny yellow, fuchsia, maroon, and brick red. The overall result of this experiment came out to be an extremely appealing and charming array of looks, each of which has something special and unique to deliver. This also expresses the philosophy of Gucci in terms of creating garments, which apart from being wearable and cool for every day, are perfect to stand out and just look good.

Gucci Pre-Fall 2014 Collection


One of the exemplars of the above-mentioned idea is the combination of the slightly oversized and manly shaped fuchsia caban, which tops a super cute red sweatshirt having a spectacular V-neck shape, and also accompanied with cool straight pants of spectacular rust shade. Next we can also see some cute and charming options take our breath away, particularly presented with a sweet pink minimalistic minidress, having a curious tiny leather collar.
Rust shades later get matched with some brighter persimmon tones and present a trio of a cashmere coat paired with a cute shirt and finished up with super classy straight pants of black shades. Rust with maroon pair introduces a pleated skirt with a leather shirt looking cool and youthful. The sunny yellow options in their turn feature an interesting monochrome duo of a yellow long-sleeved top with a yellow pencil skirt, followed with a yellow fur coat alternative, this time topping a grey top with typical black pants for the bottom.
So if you want to preserve the sunny and warm mood despite harsh weather changes, and to be the ray of sun to the gloomy city, the Gucci pre-fall 2014 collection is the exact pick for you! Choosing any of these garments means staying energized and energizing for the whole cold season!

Gucci Pre-Fall 2014 Collection

Photos courtesy of WWD

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