Mango Embraces The Basics for Winter 2015
Are you looking for stylish basics to wear and never go wrong during this (and the upcoming) winter time? If so, Mango may have what you are looking for, unveiling a series of comfy and cool clothing pieces you could also wear from Mondays to Sundays. For the winter 2015-2016 season Mango embraces an ethereal classic style, offering a variety of timeless pieces that at times seem to reinvent the boho chic trend. It is a relaxed easy-to-wear collection, which however doesn’t lack uniqueness.
Each one of Mango’s winter 2015 basic pieces has been designed according to a minimalistic style, which gives the collection its unique timeless and effortlessly chic attitude. Getting any of Mango’s pieces today from their winter line-up means buying something you won’t get rid of that easily. At the same time, such minimalist and chic pieces will also save anyone from common style blunders, whether you are a fan of the most classic outfits or edgy glam rock looks.
Besides the boho chic ponchos and cardigans, which definitely can be combined with absolutely anything, Mango’s winter catalogue also shows clean-cut mini dresses, fluid shirts and feminine maxi dresses, rich in texture and design. Black maxi cardigans perfectly match the satin sash trousers, while flared dresses occasionally interrupt the little black dress theme.
An uber-feminine flowy white blouse, embellished with decorative studs and buttoned cuffs is probably the ultimate must-have of the collection, and is basically designed to look good on anyone’s silhouette. The entire collection is actually meant to fit any kind of figure, thanks to its elegant minimalist flair.
Even the shoe collection takes a classic turn, offering a great variety of plain black ankle boots, thigh-high boots and black sleek pumps. Aside from the shoes, you’d better keep your day-to-day looks devoid of any additional accessories that will distract the attention from the gorgeousness of your minimalist-chic outfits: at least this is what Mango’s latest catalogue teaches us.
However, if you are looking for fancy clothes, do not forget Mango’s hippie and bohemian’s tinge. Bead-embroidered tops and skirts, fringed jackets made of suede and flowing kaftans give this winter collection a romantic Seventies vibe, while some biker jackets, maxi coats and chockers seem to be meant for all the glam rock style followers out there. Mango’s minimalistic style, however, makes its strong appearance even within these pieces, shaping the entire collection in a very distinctive way.
It has been really an exciting year for Mango, whose collaborations included a Kate Moss + Cara Delevingne campaign for the fall/winter season, a campaign with Candice Huffine for their Violeta by Mango line and a lookbook for Mango intimates featuring beauty Larissa Hofmann. With this latest collection Mango reaffirms its purpose once again: it is indeed a brand for all kinds of women and personal styles.
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