Supermodel Karlie Kloss stars in the new “Styled by Matthew Williamson” Lindex campaign. The British designer worked with the brand before and has returned with interesting inspiring trendy looks and ideas that have the power to put an end to any style rut. It’s not always easy to come up with fresh ideas for a head-turning look, but chic ideas like the ones from the latest Lindex campaigns can spark one’s creativity. The designer chose his favorite trends and incorporated them into playful and ultra modern outfits which instantly demand attention.
Cool biker jackets, faux fur gilets, vibrantly colored sweaters and chic jeans are among the essential style staples for this fall in the designer’s book. There are many formulas for attention grabbing looks, but one of the most effective ones is choosing a vibrant piece that sets the tone of the outfit and keeps the rest simple, in this case sweaters. The designer loved the idea of florals in winter, an idea he also used for his fall 2013 collection: “Sweaters are a key staple this season. I love the idea of florals for the winter, it is charming and so romantic “, he stated.
Animal prints also returned slowly but surely on the fall 2013 runways. The looks shown in the new Lindex campaign bring a playful spin on the trend. Such eclectic combos are bound to banish any winter blues! Though each of the looks have an interesting modern ladylike allure attached to them, when it comes to sexy ensembles, nothing beats the chic rose printed body hugging dress paired with chic ankle boots, which can create an outstanding impression any time.
The takeaway from the new “Styled by Matthew Williamson” Lindex campaign modeled by the always stunning Karlie Kloss is that creating stunning looks doesn’t have to be complicated. Updating wardrobe basics with a stunning piece that instantly becomes the center of attention is an easy and very effective way to steal the spotlight every single time. Fell in love with these pieces? Well, good news then: the line is already available for purchase.