Primark Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook
Whenever we need some great alternatives for cool, comfy, and energized looks, at the same time not lacking in creativity and chic, Primark is always there to come to our rescue! Thus it does once more, coming up with the uber-imaginative and fresh Primark spring/summer 2014 lookbook, mostly consisting of the overwhelmingly big variants of swimwear pieces, which are actually what we need most of all, for the total glam and chic. Encompassing some creative varieties of accessories, ethnic-inspired garments, and, of course, diversely designed and patterned swimwear options, this collection will make you fall in love with it instantaneously!
So starting our scrutiny we should first of all talk about the basic garment exemplars included in the Primark spring/summer 2014 collection, coming as pairs of tank tops and miniskirts, or dresses with curious cuts and overall guipure textures. The direct hints about being rather a swimwear collection come right after, as we see the combo of the balconette halter-top with the A-line maxi skirt. Options like skirts of mini length and some halter-tops of grey shade are also remarkable here.
Also, we can’t but talk about the curious Primark swimwear 2014 collection, starting with the pair of the bandeau top and the hipster bottom, both adorned with interesting leaves’ prints. The curious yellow T type shirts matched with the pinky hipster bottoms are also worth mentioning. So are the nice text-printed and cropped versions for tops and the triangle bottoms. Leopard printed tops (in the proper sense of the word) are what adorn the next top.
Floral motives are also here composing such comfy looks as the colorful jacket. Totally glam flare pants come right after, presented with some pepita-resembling patterns and, of course, matched with the sports bra resembling cropped top. All-denim looks, and alternatives with tropical themes of prints are also significant for the overall glam and chic. Swimwear alternatives like monokinis and chic accessories like floral printed wedge shoes and comfy handbags secure the invisible chic of the combos.
So our definite and resolute conclusion is that the Primark spring/summer 2014 lookbook is certainly worth looking through, since there actually isn’t anything about summer clothing that is doesn’t have. If comprehensive is your say it coincides with that of Primark!
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