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Safari. Camouflage. Trends 2013.

Hello my dears!

I bet you’ve enjoyed the live défile by Cavalli. It was fantastic! I loved all the looks, especially the purple dress stoled my eyes! Here is a little shoot from during the show.
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 ( Roberto Cavalli Fashion Show Fall Winter 2013/2014)
I just love Fashion Week.. Hope someday I’ll get an invite ^^.
So, returning to today’s look… If you haven’t noticed, the stores are almost 100% full of fresh new garments for 2013. Here, we still have a little sales going around Zara, Mango, as well as other stores, so that gives me the chance to coordinate clothes still on sale with spring trends. 
The safari trend is one of my favorite trends for 2013 Spring. As seen on Kenzo, Emporio Armani and Max Mara, those shades of kaki and sand beige are just so great !
( source Vogue )
Of course, I couldn’t reproduce exactly those looks without adding some personal touches. 🙂

What I wore:
Bershka boots
Zara pants
Zara blouse
Liu Jo sleeveless coat
Zara bag
The only thing that’s soooo wrong with this outfit is that stupid belt. I saw the way it had loved around and I was so upset! I felt that the pants didn’t have the perfect waist height, so I wanted to give the impression that they were more up.
Tune in tomorrow for another video outfit of the week!
Also, don’t forget to check great deals on my page ! 
P.S. I’m running for STYLE ICON of the month on Chitctopia, so if you want to help me achieve the title, please follow me there. THANK YOUUUU!!! :*

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