Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign

It feels like the new cold and gray season will be optimistic, cheerful and hopeful, time when all your goals and most naïve intentions will come true with the new Pull & Bear fall/winter 2013-2014 collection. The comfortable and casual looks from the Spanish fashion house have the perfect tourist touch and will be absolutely pleasant to wear in the most ambitious cities to seem cool, self-confident, carefree and stylish. With these apparels you can surely be trendy and catchy in the crowded streets of Paris, Rome or Barcelona. As always, the Spanish brand manages to bring the main runway trends at much affordable prices, letting fashionisers of different social statuses.

Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign
The Pull & Bear fall/winter 2013-2014 campaign reveals stunning outfits suitable for high school or college classes. These looks will give you a breezy and jovial impression of someone, who surely knows what she wants from life. Your boyfriend will be more than pleased to see you wearing the cute short skirts or hot graphic t- shirts.
This season, Pull & Bear chooses neutral and calming colors to make the collection a more enjoyable and soft one. The bright yellow, classy white, calming beige and pale maroon are the main range of the color options available. The animated and classy flowers and the colorful little squares are the essential elements of the creative collection. These are the exact looks for basketball or soccer players, the brave girls who don’t have time to look feminine and elegant; instead they choose adorable looks which still makes them feel wanted and noticed. The materials the brand chooses to create the apparels are also cozy and soft. Natural wool and cotton will surely prevent you from the coldest breezes of winter.

Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign

Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign

Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign
The brown coat with a short simple dress, which has the subtlest combination of flowers, is a perfect university look. The black comfy boots complete the apparel giving it a more sophisticated and confident touch. The creative flowery jacket worn over a similar shirt and combined with a short leather skirt can be a hot outfit for someone who enjoys motorcycling and all the other eccentric feelings.
The good side of the Pull & Bear fall/winter 2013-2014 collection is the cozy quality and the nice price, which will allow you look absolutely precious for a comparatively lower cost.

Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign

Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign

Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign

Pull & Bear Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign

Photos courtesy of Pull & Bear

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