While campaigns are released for giving us a hint about the new upcoming creations of the brand, lookbooks serve as the best source of inspiration for putting those pieces together. After teasing us with the Springfield spring/summer 2013 campaign, Spanish brand Springfield brings some lovely outfit ideas through the newest Springfield spring 2013 lookbook. Featuring some of the hottest spring trends and styling them in the most outstanding manner, the latest SPF lookbook comes to help modern fashionisers update their style with the arrival of warm spring days.
Overall, the Springfield spring 2013 lookbook is subdivided into several trends. The first one that we see is the most common and timeless trend: the combination of black and white clothing pieces. In the “Black Me White” section, you’ll discover pure black, easy gray and clean white clothing pieces and accessories for fresh everyday wear that lead to perfection. Think black miniskirts matched with white cashmere sweaters, little black dresses that come worn with a gray chambray shirt or a black cardigan, simple gray jeans and white tees.
Denim? Earth tones? They are always desirable, and a part of the Springfield spring 2013 lookbook is dedicated to them. The “Truly Blue” lien of the collection unveils timeless jeanswear and earth shades that look so harmonious with each other.
Last but not least, the “JardinB” (jardin meaning garden in Spanish) line of the Springfield spring 2013 lookbook brings sweet feminine blossoms and lovely spring flowers for bright spring looks. Think floral printed shirts worn with white skinny pants, ladylike dresses, peplum tops and floral printed skinny pants, smart blazers and leather jackets.
Besides the three lines mentioned above, the Springfield spring 2013 lookbook also shows the biggest trend of the season: ethnic trend. For lovers of this new tendency, the collection features tribal inspired dresses and blouses, as well as fringed bags that can spice up any boring outfit. Still lacking styling inspiration? Hardly!
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