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Pull & Bear October 2011 Lookbook

Chilly and gloomy days are over us, so it’s high time to start the search for the coziest, warmest and at the same the trendiest pieces to revitalize our wardrobes. If you need some comfortable, functional and fashionable ideas, make sure to take a peek at the Pull & Bear October 2011 Lookbook. There you will find the most suitable pieces for your new winter wardrobe for sure.

As usual, the Spanish label comes in with casual clothes and accessories for young fashionizers, who always strive to stand out with their unique appearance. Covering some of the hottest fashion tendencies of the season, the Pull & Bear October 2011 Lookbook is full of stylish and affordable staples for you to tap into this fall. In addition to this all, the label doesn’t forget about its signature style and goes for charming vintage-inspired, relaxed items, which are so easy to pull off without requiring any profound style knowledge.
Get ready to plunge into a fascinating sartorial adventure and embrace the covetable and practical style in the new season. The Pull & Bear October 2011 Lookbook has it all for you, from ethereal two colored jacquard jerseys to cable stitch jackets with batwing sleeves, herringbone woolen blazers, openwork long jackets and check tops with sweet bows, lace tube skirts, and print tees.

Since the dipping temperature announces about the arrival of the new cold season accessories, Pull & Bear doesn’t forget about this important part and creates an entire parade of comfy worker ankle boots, basic knee socks, heeled crepe ankle boots, feather hats, cowboy style belts, stylish scarves, welt wedges, hats with bow, wedge boots with buckle, suede lace up shoes, and basic tights to finish off your new Pull & Bear apparel.
So varied and functional, the Pull & Bear October 2011 Lookbook is just for pulling it off and bearing all the positive attention! So if you are ready for this temptation, start selecting your favorite pieces from the collection!

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