Karlie Kloss for Neiman Marcus Spring-Summer 2012


One of the newest fashion campaigns, which literally radiates sophistication and an enchanting feminine allure is the Neiman Marcus Spring/Summer 2012 Ad Campaign fronting stunning Karlie Kloss. With extra-feminine looks being a great hit for the new sunshine season, the brand has used this trend in the most beautiful way, combining it with simplicity and resulting into drop-dead gorgeous, refined looks that instantly become memorable. 


Perfectly embracing the concept Neiman Marcus was string to arouse, Karlie Kloss skillfully showcases a number of fabulous dresses, both body-fitting and flirtatiously breezy, which are aimed to be maximum versatile to be easily adjusted to the wardrobe of a modern lady.


Although elegance and classic touches are the main highlights of the Neiman Marcus Spring/Summer 2012 collection, one can also feel trendy vibes reflected through the amazing accessory choices, such as handbags, or through fun details. In terms of color palette, the brand has used mainly the timeless black, proving once again that this refined shade can never do wrong. Nevertheless, there are also such summery hues, as hot pink, purple or yellow, as well as trendy golden touches that effortlessly liven up those simplistic designs.
 


Though simplicity and minimalism are the main style directions brought by the brand for the new season, there are also a bit more complicated pieces for all those, who are still of the idea that simplicity can’t be sensational. To this end, there are such bold details as over-sized shoulders, faux fur accessories, ruffles or bows, which are maximum emphasized paired with simple and functional accessories.


Beauty wise, the Neiman Marcus girl is characterized by slicked back curls or bun hairstyles, as well as seductive makeup styles. For inspiration on how to look ultra-sassy and refined in the new season, take a look at the Neiman Marcus Spring/Summer 2012 Ad Campaign and do it like Karlie Kloss!







Photo courtesy of Neiman Marcus

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