Although it’s cold outside like hell, famous fashion brands make us feel the warmth of the spring days to come with their lovely lookbooks and campaigns released. Finally, we have got some news from Spanish label Stradivarius, who has released the gorgeous Stradivarius February 2013 lookbook, hinting what trends are awaiting us in the stores this spring. Despite the low temperature outside, the lookbook helps us imagine some outstanding breezy summer-ready outfits without freezing our style ideas.
As the Stradivarius February 2013 lookbook reveals, spring 2013 is the time for the brand, when gloomy winter colors are converted into something happy and cheerful, as the collection shows a myriad of fluorescent and pastel colors, combined in the most enchanting manner. This season, expect lots of creams and whites, neon lime tones and various shades of blue. And when it comes to the prints, keep in mind that ethnic is the game to play.
Quite a large part of the Stradivarius February 2013 lookbook is taken by the old, yet young and versatile denim. And, of course, with the warm days over us, denim gets thinner and comes in lighter colors in the collection. There are so many gorgeous skinny jeans, denim vests and jackets, ripped shorts and chambray shirts, as well as denim monos, which will give you a super-flirty and youthful look.
Since with the arrival of spring, we all want to go for dresses and skirts, the Stradivarius February 2013 collection has also lots of girlish options to choose from. There are lots of plain and printed mini dresses and skirts available in the collection that you’ll certainly arouse the desire in you to show off some leg.
Apart from the trendy clothing pieces, the Stradivarius February 2013 lookbook also shows a myriad of stylish accessories, including bags in different colors and shapes, caps, high-heeled shoes, sandals and cowboy ankle boots, sunglasses and tribal jewelry pieces. Get inspired from the Stradivarius February 2013 lookbook and don’t let you feel cold even in February!
Photos courtesy of Stradivarius