Pull and Bear puts on party dress and shows us his collection of Christmas 2011 on the occasion of the new lookbook November starring Jade McSorley model by photographer David Portela. Ideas very youthful, fresh and with several alternatives to the usual party.
Party dresses Pull and Bear
Facing possible styles differential with other brands, in the end the basic are always there. Make sure the level of sales numbers. A little black dress will not be lacking in almost any store. This season will be with gauze and transparencies, plus a set figure.
Different models that revolve around the same basic idea, only supplemented with upgraded boots to rage.
Next to the black do not miss a design in red, with one of the formal dresses of the season (and remember that also the last, which had an almost identical Zara) with full skirt and sleeveless.
The festive side 'rebel' Pull and Bear
In the majority of new looks that we see from Pull and Bear head comes to Urban Outfitters . The last movements of the Inditex firm seem to approach the U.S., at least in these proposals for a party "alternative" in which we stop and monkeys dressed young women opt for leather.
Dominatrix, Leather , rock ... whatever adjective we had better, in the end we are thinking about a party that ignores the basics.
Leather, lumberjack shirts and metallic shorts . Explosive mixture.
More moderate in red and white looks.
These sweaters broader forms of gambling are a strong pull and Bear for this Christmas 2011
Ideas that are combined with tulle skirts and high boots. All very informal.
The cardigans are proposed for the party with these shirts that we had seen at the beginning of the season: the zoo kept the door open . I like those boots near the stilettos.
The bullet travels to the traditional coats to party with lace boots and several buckles.
This directly and see a complete look at Urban Outfitters. All very modern public's own Sonar.
Transparencies are not far behind in this hodgepodge of different ideas. Transparent blouses for those looking to go sexy. The snake pattern is the combination proposed by the Spanish firm.