Stradivarius Winter 2013-2014 Campaign
What does Stradivarius think about winter chic? The answer is the fabulous Stradivarius winter 2013-2014 campaign, overwhelmed with casual yet very creative and fashionable options. As always, the creative approach is on top here, which is demonstrated with a great variety of shapes and patterns. All the trendy drives can be found in these eye-catching combinations for the most impressive winter looks. It seems like Stradivarius has taken all of the coolest and youthful motives to combine them with the stylish options to present these duos in the most imaginative way possible.
Since it’s a winter collection, the looks start and finish with comfy outerwear garments, mainly put around leather plays. Thus, the first look shows a combo of a leather jacket, a jacquard bodice, and a super cute identically patterned jacquard skirt. Next, come the sporty drives presented as a pair of a black cropped sporty top and a red neoprene skirt, which is one of the most creative variants of the trendy black and red color plays.
What we see in the Stradivarius winter 2013-2014 campaign later can be called as the comfiest winter look ever! Here, the combination features an ultra-modern checkered shirt, similarly checkered yet differently colored coat, and an awesome knitted cap of red shade.
Finally, it’s the sporty and cool biker leather jacket here combined with a knitted jersey having a spectacular zipper detail, jacquard culottes, high heel ankle boots, and a killer golden clutch with sumptuous sparkling details on, which gorgeously conclude this first-look array of Stradivarius’s winter options.
So if we want to say all about the new Stradivarius winter 2013-2014 collection in one word, it’s most probably going to be “magnificent”. This is, indeed, a savior option for all those who don’t want to say farewell to all the casual and comfy garments that they used to wear during warm months. Winter looks can be attractive and extremely cozy for putting on every day, too, and Stradivarius is our great help in this!
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