Banana Republic Fall/Winter 2012-2013 Campaign

When our wardrobes lack some refined versatile ensembles, we always look to Banana Republic, which will help us look sharp and stylish on any occasion. Now, the brand has launched its fall 2012 campaign, as always bringing lust-worthy pieces that will be a timeless investment for your wardrobe. Featuring Jourdan Dunn and Noah Mills, the newest Banana Republic fall/winter 2012-2013 campaign shows a parade of on-trend, refined goodies both for modern men and women.


Simplicity has nothing to do with monotony and boredom. Sometimes less is more and this is what the brand is trying to highlight in its cold-season campaign. You can definitely look chic in simplistic clothing pieces that lack additional embellishments. You can create the same visual interest while wearing a versatile body con dress accessorized with a brightly colored handbag and a few jewelry pieces. So modern, elegant a sophisticated! Best of all, you can sport this outfit on a myriad of occasions, be it work, a meeting, everyday life or a special event.
Using some pops of color can be one of the best strategies to stand out in the crowd and look refreshing. The Banana Republic fall/winter 2012-2013 collection also shares this idea bringing occasional brightly colored accessories and pieces that will liven up the gloomy season. Furthermore, trying to keep the classic allure of the collection, the brand brings ultra-covetable black pumps – a must have in every modern wardrobe.
With its amazing outfit choices, Banana Republic makes both genders just melt. If you are also a fashion enthusiast, you’ll definitely understand this after taking a look at the Banana Republic fall/winter 2012-2013 campaign!

Photos courtesy of Banana Republic

Written by Armine Karapetyan
Armine is the founder of Fashionisers.com and an avid fashion lover. When she's not busy examining the latest fashion trends and news, she's exploring a new style for herself or is pursuing new adventures and dreams. Find her on Google+, Twitter and LinkedIn.