Betty Barclay Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Collection
Flabbergasting? Ultra-beautiful and feminine? Astonishingly cute and comfy? Yes, all that is in and all that is Betty Barclay. The freshest and astoundingly pretty garments are already available, presented in the Betty Barclay fall/winter 2013-2014 collection. Only ‘ah’-s and ‘oh’-s are not enough to express the feelings you will have, while looking through these amazing and wanna-have-it-right-now pieces. Suitable for just any occasion and providing you with the coolest looks you need for any event, these apparels just can’t slip out of your attention easily.
The shapes included in the Betty Barclay fall/winter 2013-2014 collection, as you might have already guessed encompass all the possible variants you can think of when imagining the cold winter days. So, a wide choice of variously designed jackets and coats are presented here, be that a line of padded coats, waistcoats and jackets, nicely designed classy blazers, or a range of wool comfy garments topping the cute shirts, which are just as diverse. Talking about the latter, we can mention the different patterns used with these shirts, which are represented as animal prints, spectacular stripy motives by red and black, colorful herringbone-resembling prints, and many others.
The Betty Barclay dresses have eye-catching silhouettes as well, being classy and cute, mainly cut at the knee level and put within the motives of minimalistic approach. Coming to other shapes, we can point out the nice jumpsuits and the tight pants, represented within various color shades, matching the overall combos just perfectly. The quilted motives overwhelming among the jackets, coats and waistcoats, are also worth mentioning. They later expand reaching the skirt designs as well.
Finally, talking about the accessories, we can’t but also mention the super-cute pop-pom beanies, comfy and cool wool scarves and the nice choice of retro-style hats, put as final touches on these combos. So, presenting this line, Betty Barclay proves to be creatively fertile in the ideas and techniques, at the same time managing to preserve the traditionally acquired elegant and chic influence.
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