Zara and Asos Printed T Trend for Autumn-Winter

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We saw it on e-shop giants fast fashion, Zara and Asos, and Givenchy and Kenzo fashion shows during Fashion Week, printed t be the “it” part of the fall-winter.

While last year, Kenzo gave the sweater to date with its famous tiger head overview of fashionistas worldwide model, clothing continues to raise fashion for autumn-winter 2013-2014. The sweatshirt is no longer intended for jogging or gland Sunday, it becomes a full-fledged part of our dressing room and especially strong!

Amanda Seyfried seen on the Givenchy Fall-Winter 2013-2014 campaign in the new Zara and Asos collection, the printed t going to hit with fashionistas & This season, you can expect two flagship models: the mystical sweat Kenzo with a third eye and printed t Bambi Givenchy. However, you can of course find many other models hoodies printed with brands such as Zara and H & M, inspired collections and trends seen during parades Fashion Week. The sweat will be printed on it that back in 2013, but how to wear it?

The printed t be worn over a shirt (denim or white) or accessorized with a large rhinestone necklace to break its sporty side and give it a little more chic touch. If you are the queen of mix & match you dare bring your printed t with a piece of a different printed otherwise to avoid fashion faux pas on the door of boyfriend jeans, a leather jacket (skater or right) or with a simple black to highlight slim with lettering, geometric print, baroque or animal, choose your (or your!) Preferred now on Asos model.

sweat Bambi Givenchy Fall-Winter 2013-2014 collectionKenzo printed third eye sweatBeyoncé in printed ASOS sweat!Kenzo sweat printed t returns for the autumn-winter 2013-2014

The printed t it will be part of our dressing in autumn-winter 2013-2014
The printed t it will be part of our dressing in autumn-winter 2013-2014

Photos Source By Givenchy & Kenzo

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