The famous Spanish label Zara goes on with its line of monthly lookbooks and presents the TRF May 2011 lookbook, featuring pretty model Bambi Northwood-Blyth. The lookbook is characterized by a more relaxed, laid-back, yet chic style, containing lady-like, sweet dresses, boho tunics, rocker t-shirts with various graphics, denim shorts, heavy combat boots and much more. All in one word, you can find anything to go bold and play with styling. Set your style fantasies free and show off your creativeness, enjoying a great admiration.
The Zara TRF May 2011 lookbook presents a mixture of various styles, such as that of feminine and rather masculine fashion items. Delicate embroidered dresses go alongside with rocker tees, skirts and boots. Whatever style you choose, everything stands in your attitude. For example you can look rather sweet and feminine in quite masculine clothing pieces too. The various graphics on the tees draw everyone’s attention. Of special attention deserves the fabulous “Princess” tee.
A cute mini dress is always a great choice in summer. Zara presents a little bit queer combination of a romantic lace dress or a short flirty dress with aggressive combat boots. You can choose a simple white or a paneled dress, all of which are described by a great minimalistic approach.
Still if mini dresses aren’t your style, you can go for the maxi. Get a bohemian, relaxed look, choosing a ground-skimming printed maxi dress and match it with a pair of flat sandals. Keep all the accessories simple to create a breezy and ethereal look.
The Zara TRF May 2011 lookbook also presents a cavalcade of stylish tunics, which are so practical and easy to wear. If you like the style of tunics, you should keep in your mind to play it safe with your footwear and accessories. You can team you tunic with a pair of short shorts or a mini denim skirt. This is a great outfit to be worn on the beach, on casual occasions or even at a romantic date.
With the Zara TRF May 2011 lookbook you can get a multitude of voguish summer looks that will simple make heads turn.
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