Bette Franke for Mango Fall 2013 Lookbook

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Bette Franke for Mango Fall 2013 Lookbook
Bette Franke for Mango Fall 2013 Lookbook

Mango is here again with its new catalogue, featuring awesome clothing pieces for winter. This time it is even greater than it was before. Seems like the brand is trying to come up with catalogues that compete with each other. Anyway, the Spanish label knows for sure what we need and this lookbook is another evidence to it. Read on to see amazing looks and get some inspiration for the coming cold days.

Mango Fall 2013 Lookbook

Mango tapped Bette Franke for its newest lookbook. The Dutch model poses against a very simple studio backgrounf, wearing awesome outfits by the Spanish brand. I happened to remember Manfo Fall 2013 campaign featuring Miranda Kerr, and to be honest my excited impression seems to be faded. Or even replaced by the one with Bette.

Smart casual is how I would call this particular catalogue. It features so many stylish outfits for young and fashionable ladies, thta it’s hard to pass by it. Jeans, knit sweaters, blazers, shirts and loafers make this collection incredibly trendy. When it is chilly and snowy outside the last thing we want is to be freezing in a beautiful yet ineffective frock. So Mango offers a number o9f great options that can help us stay warm and saucy.

My favorite look is the one featuring ripped white jeans and a light gray sweater. A pair of military boots in black complements the outfit a lot. I adore the color palette as in winer we usually opt for dark and gloomy shades, making the whole thing even worse. However, Mango with this look suggests doing the opposite and banning the old  clothing pieces in boring black. After all, white is the color of snow.

Mango Fall 2013 lookbook, as always, brings only positive emotions. Looking at the images of the photoset, I imagine myself wearing each of the ensembles and to be honest, I like what my mind sees a lot. Check out the gallery and enjoy the saucy outfits.

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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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