Diesel tackles the rebellious side of casual wear in its spring/summer 2013 lookbook. Have a glimpse of the new options.
As seducing as runway looks might be, when taking a good look in
our closets, we inevitably realize that finding new ways to perk up
our casual looks is a more urgent need than indulging in formal,
elegant attire. This is when options like those from the Diesel
spring/summer 2013 lookbook are incredibly convenient and
inspirational. Model Sophie Srej depicts the confident rebel allure
perfectly in the new lookbook lensed by Philip Riches.
There's no real replacement for a fabulous pair of jeans and if you're looking for a new pair to renew your wardrobe, the new lookbook features some uber versatile and flattering options worth indulging in. Faded denim? Check. Dark washes that go with everything? Check. Even white jeans can be a great pick if you feel comfortable emphasizing your lower body. Fringes, pleats, a cool neutral toned jacket or playing with proportions are some of the label's style suggestions for jazzing up your spring 2013 looks. Quite a dramatic change in perspective from the Diesel fall 2012 choices, yet the added badass vibe of the new looks raises them to the rank of true stunners.
Whether you prefer a strong statement or go for a bit of femininity for a subtler touch, having the basics covered will make the entire process of dressing up a lot easier. Fortunately, the new lookbook is not only filled with a myriad of alternatives like tank tops, fab vests and the like but also features some cool combos that you might have not thought of. Still, a healthy dose of confidence is required to pull off the edgy looks shown. The effect, however, is hard to match.
Since effortlessly cool is the desired vibe, there's no need for many accessories to complete your look. Nonetheless, a comfortable pair of wedge sandals or a cool pair of sunglasses can go a long way in ensuring you'll draw all eyes on you with the new season look. All in all, the new Diesel spring 2013 offerings can be a great way to jumpstart your new season wardrobe update.
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