Massimo Dutti NYC Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

The enchanting Massimo Dutti NYC fall/winter 2014-2015 collection is the Spanish brand’s fifth limited edition line devoted to the The Big Apple. Featuring Polish stunner Anja Rubik, the collection’s campaign as always radiates a big proportion of elegance, chic and femininity, something Massimo Dutti has gotten us used to already. The timeless minimalistic style and the perfectly polished tailoring are the next aspects that make the Massimo Dutti NYC fall/winter 2014-2015 collection just a wanna-have-it-all line! Your all fall and winter style cravings have been covered by this line, and you just need to pick the most matching pieces for your personality and gorgeous taste to look impeccable throughout the cold months!

Massimo Dutti NYC Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Massimo Dutti NYC Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection
It’s really hard to single out one piece or one style that is more gorgeous than the rest in the Massimo Dutti NYC fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. Every single detail and every aspect of the collection have been thought over too precisely, the result of which is an array of timeless, elegant and minimalist pieces, which stick to the brand’s “Less is More” philosophy and grant you with the perfect office-style and just chic looks. Gray, creams, brown and black tones get united with slight touches of mustard yellow, pastel pink and white, creating the most harmonious color symphony for fall. And if you want prints and patterns, just forget about them, and rather stick to the fine materials and polished tailoring used for creating these stunners.
All the basic and chic wardrobe essentials of the modern business lady can be found in the Massimo Dutti NYC fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. There you have chic striped gray pant suits, oversized silk tailored pants in the versatile color of cream, super-long striped white shirts that can easily be sported as shirt-dresses too, slouchy yet chic coats, blazers, a myriad styles of shirts, cozy knitted sweaters, long cardigans and uber-cool jackets. There is also a flowing mustard
dress for all those, who want to channel a big dose of sophistication and ladylike allure!

Massimo Dutti NYC Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Massimo Dutti NYC Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection
And if you think that it all stops here, you are mistaken. The Massimo Dutti NYC fall/winter 2014-2015 collection also brings a rich array of sassy accessories, including chic footwear options, handbags, scarves, belts, watches and jewelry pieces, which complement the looks like nothing else would. Just you have it all in the Massimo Dutti NYC fall/winter 2014-2015 collection to look high-class, luxurious and pretty elegant this fall!

Massimo Dutti NYC Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection

Photos courtesy of Massimo Dutti

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