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You might tend to think Tomboy trend belongs to the brand The Kooples. If it is true that Elisha brothers’ brand strongly contributed to the emergence of this trend, it is clear that they were never the first nor the only ones in this niche.

Similarly, we sometimes wrongly think the Inditex Group is only made up of Zara, Bershka and Massimo Dutti. However, a few brands of the group, less famous, also offer high quality clothing.

The main proof is the new fall winter 2011 Pull and Bear lookbook.

Designed to target younger people than Zara, Pull & Bear has all the biggest trends of the 2011 winter season : the teddy jacket, the seventies’ style, or even more the long skirt and red hued clothes.

Pull and Bear 2011 winter lookbook

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collectionPull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection

Pull and Bear 2011 fall winter collection


More information about Pull & Bear :


http://www.pullbear.com/

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