Mango March 2013 Lookbook
As the days are getting warmer, fashion is getting more irresistible. We love all these newest collections coming up and a strong desire to start a new shopping session is burning in us. Spanish brand Mango makes sure you manage to find everything you’re looking for at affordable prices, bringing the newest Mango March 2013 lookbook. After releasing the complete Mango spring/summer 2013 collection, the brand launches this lookbook to reveal more Mango creations, more stunning spring trends and fresh ideas on putting these pieces together.
Femininity, a casual, yet elegant style and an effortless chic allure are the attributes defining every single item shown in the Mango March 2013 lookbook. The pieces manage to embrace the hottest spring/ summer 2013 fashion trends without going over the broad and looking impossible to be worn in the streets. You can find there the season’s obsession – the ethnic trend, army touches, stripes, timeless black and white combos, passionate reds, harem pants and cool studs, which have proved to interest youthful and creative fashionisers a lot nowadays.
Overall, the Mango March 2013 collection is quite relaxed and simplistic, and even if we have the ethnic trend here, it’s presented in the most subtle and feminine manner. Wholly, most of these pieces look quite versatile and offer a sea of mixing and matching possibilities. Getting a pair of skinny pants or jeans, some short tailored or denim shorts, mini skirts, blouses, tops, shirts, sweaters, blazers, vests and jackets, you can come up with one-of-a-kind looks that will hardly go by unnoticed. Besides them, the Mango March 2013 lookbook also shows sexy printed jumpsuits and dresses that are proved to work well for hot summer days.
Mango fashion is fabulous in every small detail. To this end, we can never omit the Mango shoes and accessories, which are quite diverse this season. The outfits shown in the Mango March 2013 lookbook are complemented with cool wedged sandals and gladiator ones, clutches, hats, bracelets and necklaces. Want to learn something more? Just visit a Mango store and shop at the same time!
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