With the temperature dropping day by day, it’s high time to shed summer clothing and go for comfy, cozy, but also trendy ensembles. And if you need more budget-friendly pieces, there can’t be any other better option than Springfield. The famous high street Spanish retailer comes with another brilliant collection for the cold season, offering a parade of extremely wearable, utterly youthful, stylish and pocket-friendly staples. Casual, wow-worthy and uber-fashionable, the latest Springfield Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Lookbook features any style, from simplistic ones to beautifully printed and denim items, super cute dresses, skirts and flattering blouses, trendy parkas and jackets, blazers, shorts and pretty tops, cozy sweaters and cardigans. This is one stop to start injecting a high dose of playfulness and fun into your wardrobe. Sneak a peek and get inspired!
The lovely Springfield Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Lookbook has been created especially for girls, who like practical and down-to-earth approach in fashion, but also adore playing with style, coming up with various creative options. There are numerous simplistic, fresh and charming items, which are so easy to pull off without requiring any profound style knowledge. Most of the pieces are effortlessly chic and feature a timeless flair, so you’ll be able to wear them season after season. The color palette of the entire line is mainly in neutral shades, but there are also splashes of vibrant red, yellow, blue, as well as dazzling prints, such as leopard, polka dots, stripes and hearts.
Since no look can be considered complete without the appropriate accessories, Springfield has created a line of practical and sassy handbags, shoes, scarves, hats and belts to give a creative touch to your outfits. Moreover, there are also high knee socks, which look absolutely awesome and unique, and are perfect for making a real statement. So versatile, timeless and simply gorgeous, the Springfield Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Lookbook is sure to fascinate you from the very first glance!
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