If you want to spice up your look this season, look no further than Kate Spade New York's Fall 2013 ad campaign.
Titled "Me & My Beau", the campaign features ensembles from Kate Spade's Fall 2013 collection that showcase their signature mix of classically tailored silhouettes with bright colors and fun prints.
Aside from print ads (like the one shown above), the design house also recently released a commercial on their YouTube channel. It's absolutely adorable, and you can watch it right here:
Since designer price tags might not fit into your college student budget, CF has rounded up pieces that give you the look of Kate Spade's city chic appeal without breaking the bank. Below, I've created three different outfits inspired by Kate Spade New York's "Me & My Beau" campaign. Scroll down to see them:
Leopard Print Pants
Add a little adventure to your look with a pair of fun leopard print pants, similar to the ones featured in the video above. For chilly days, layer with a knit sweater and a trench coat. A pair of strappy sandal pumps add a fun twist, while a red crossbody bag provides a pop of color. Complete the ensemble with a pair of cat eye sunglasses before heading off into the city - or to your next class!
Paint The Town Red
Kate Spade's fall collection is all about polished and feminine pairings, like a flirty blouse tucked into a fun skater skirt. Slip on a pair of peep toe pumps and grab a structured satchel to store the day's essentials. Throw on a matching coat for a monochromatic vibe on colder days. Finish off the look with a statement watch featuring a cute bow tie!
Incorporate a glam-filled look into your everyday style with ease. Wear a red shift dress under a leopard print coat. Pair with metallic heels and bow-accent gloves for a playful vibe. Add a basic black satchel bag, retro sunnies, and lip stud earrings to finish the outfit.
What do you think?
Are you a fan of Kate Spade New York? What do you think of their latest ad campaign? Would you wear any of the looks above? Which outfit is your favorite? Would you like to see more posts like these in the future? Let me know in a comment below!