Kipling – Spring Collection

 
 
Fresh News!
 
Kipling has a new Spring Collection! There are 5 new colors, pastel
and vibrant shades in models of backpacks, bags and cases of the little monkey we love!
 
Let’s have a look!




 Class Seoul Backpack



 Dark Peony is a vibrant , joyful and feminine shocking pink , perfect for a summer afternoon . Tip: the color is good for color blocking, combine it with royal blue.

 
On the Look : 
 Dark Peony  Class Seoul Backpack +   shredded light blue denim shorts + colorful tank top + high-top converse















Bolsa Radwan

 
Cabbage is a mint green that makes any look happier. You can wear it with candy colors or in a color blocking combination.

Ps : dosn’t it look like the 2013 Pantone color,  Emerald ? 
 
 
On the look:

Cabbage  Radwan bag + royal blue skinny pants + white top + schocking  pink blazer + maxi neclace + nude high heels with stripes
















 ART M bag
Flash Blue is super strong blue , you can wear it more formally with sober shades like grey, nude, camel and black,  it also combines with bright colors like orange and yellow.

On the look:

Flash Blue  ART M bag + orange pleated skirt orange + white silk shirt + beige/brown high heels














 Cicely bag


Lilac is a very light color and feels like eating cotton candy  (candy color  #trendalert! ) Mix it with mint green (  Cabbage is a great option)light shades of blue, yellow and pink, nude and beige.

On the look :

 Lilac  Cicely bag  +  floral dress+ beige overcoat  + light pink ballerinas/high heels













 Freedom case

Last but not least, Gentle Grey, is a basic grey, the one that combines with everything and is perfect for any occasion. From total black to shocking pink, Gentle Grey can be mixed with any color, including the other 4 of the Spring collection.  


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