Real Vs Steal | Spring Summer 2014

Ración clonera y dicharachera de las que empachan. El real vs steal de hoy es un mix de la temporada Spring / Summer 2014 de Valentino, Isabel Marant, Givenchy, Chloé, Victoria Beckham, Balmain y Dolce & Gabbana.

Real vs Steal | Valentino vs BDBA, Oysho, Bennetton, Zara, Mango y COS.

Clones: Vestido de Valentino vs. BDBA

Clones: Zapatos de Valentino vs. Benetton

Clones: Zapatillas de esparto de Valentino vs. Mango

Clones: Camisa con transparencias de Valentino vs. Cos

Real vs Steal | Isabel Marant vs Mango, SuiteBlanco y Amichi

Clones: Vestido de Isabel Marant vs. Mango

Clones: Vestido con volantes de Isabel Marant vs. Mango

Clones: Top de Isabel Marant vs. Mango

Clones: Top de Isabel Marant vs. Mango

Clones: Top de Isabel Marant vs. Mango

Clones: Minifalda de Isabel Marant vs. SuiteBlanco

Para acabar, os dejo con unos cuantos clones zareros de esos que tanto gustan y apañan

Real vs Steal | Zara vs Givenchy, Chloé, Victoria Beckham, Balmain y Dolce & Gabbana.

Clones: Sandalias de Givenchy vs. Zara

Clones: Bailarinas de Chloé vs. Zara

Clones: Falda de Victoria Beckham vs. Zara

Clones: Mono vaquero de Balmain vs. Zara

Clones: Vestido de encaje de Dolce & Gabanna vs. Zara

¡Feliz puente!

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Gwen Stefani

Balmain embellished jacket with diamond cross necklaces, leather leggings and pumps

Chic London street style in a Holmes & Yang cape and Michael Kors checkered suit with a military cap and Christian Louboutin Pigalle pumps

Denim on denim, red lips and pumps

Effortless on the red carpet in cat eye sunglasses, a leather vest, a cross chain anklet with her signature red lips and classic pumps

Blumarine leopard suit

Stella McCartney sheer panel peplum jumpsuit with a bun and pumps

Charlotte Collard | Yeti + Skinny

You’re not going to be cold this winter when you’ll follow the latest trend: the Yeti coat.
The last few months, large fashion houses got inspired by none other than Elmo. Emilio Pucci, Christian Dior, Gianfranco Ferre, Dries Van Noten and Ralph Lauren are just some famous names that send these hairy coats onto the runway.
The Yeti coat is recognizable by its slick, but thick hairs. It’s wide around the upper body and has no collar. It comes in natural colors such as brown and black, but daring fashionistas like Charlotte Collard rather chose colorful examples .
The Yeti coat is best worn in combination with a tight outfit. Think skinny jeans or a short dress with tights. As soon as you’ll wear it with flared jeans, you’ll look like you’ve gained 20 kilos.

Charlotte Collard in an Yves Salomon fur coat, Balmain green leather motorcycle trousers, and studded Giuseppe Zannotti loafers.