Massimo Dutti November 2014 Lookbook

In anticipation of the cold season our favorite Spanish high street retailer presents the uber-dazzling and elegant Massimo Dutti November 2014 lookbook, packed with all-things cool and effortless that a true classy fashioniser needs to wrap up in style throughout the chilly season. From those cozy and warm knitted pieces and trendy outerwear options to covetable accessories that promise to add a high-fashion spin to your looks, the new Massimo Dutti collection has it all for one to enter the store and step out with sartorial elegant fall wardrobe staples! After this, you have absolutely no excuse to look boring and monotonous in the gloomy season, even if it’s raining cats and dogs outside!

Massimo Dutti November 2014 Lookbook

Every time we have a new lookbook release from Massimo Dutti, we fall in love with fall fashion more and more deeply, as it’s here that we discover all the style possibilities the cold season brings with it. Mix and match, layer, accessorize and style it creatively and there you are with a look ready to make jaws drop as you pass by. If the summer is hot enough for one to feel like injecting creativity into her everyday looks (you put on that perfect simple tee and the go-to denim shorts and that’s it), fall is the correct season to trust your fashion senses and with the help of Massimo Dutti’s pieces things get so much easier.

Sartorial elegance and a perfectly polished minimalist style once again characterize Massimo Dutti’s pieces, and that’s really true we love this to bits and we can just never have enough of this. The Massimo Dutti November 2014 collection primarily targets the working class ladies, who are sick and tired of wearing those strict suits every day and are looking for ways to modernize their office wardrobes. Classy mid-length skirts, tailored gray tweed suits with a tomboyish feel and pretty cardigans are here to turn you into the modern office woman, ready to char everyone with her style!

Massimo Dutti November 2014 Lookbook

Massimo Dutti November 2014 Lookbook

Tomboy is the Massimo Dutti woman this time, however, this never makes her feel and look any less feminine. She knows the art of playing with proportions and creating looks that dazzle. Featuring the season’s hottest colors – think grays, khakis, browns and creams – the collection brings stylish parkas, biker leather jackets, oversized sweaters, turtlenecks, skinny leather-effect pants, blazers, coats and biker boots for you to experiment with and build up uber-dazzling fall looks. We love this and we want every single piece available in the Massimo Dutti November 2014 collection!

Massimo Dutti November 2014 Lookbook

Photos courtesy of Massimo Dutti

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