Bebe Spring 2014 Lookbook

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Nina Agdal for Bebe Spring 2014 Lookbook

Bebe has released its Spring 2014 lookbook, which is full of vibrance and saucy zest. If you think that you have cheked out enough catalogues by now, do not hurry to ignore this post. While there were a lot of different photoshoots that we looked through, this particular one will stand out. Why is that, you wonder? Maybe because the shoot took place in Miami, Florida. So it is not going to be about a boring set of photos inthe studio setting. Which means you have a striking chance to dream of your summer vacations somewhere on the ocean beach. Moreover, all the looks are saturated with the sexy appeal – just this mere fact should draw your attention. There is seduction and passion in the catalogue, that passing by it can be considered as a crime.

Nina Agdal & Sara Sampaio for Bebe Spring 2014

The brand tapped two beauties in the magnificent photoshoot. Nina Agdal and Sara Sampaio posed against very engaging background which makes you forget about the gloomy routine. I am in love with all the outfits presented in the lookbook, as they are full of great style and awesome combination. The stylist of the catalogue should get a huge round of applause, since the ensembles you see are worth dying for. Besides, they are very sexy, which adds an extra point to the whole thing.

My favorite look by Bebe features a tight pencil skirt in black with an intricate applique in deep blue. The piece is paired with a matching crop jacket over a black bustier. Even though I don’t really see the footwear piece, this outfits looks very soilid and saucy.

Take a look at the images below and choose your favorite outfit of Bebe Spring 2014 lookbook.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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