Alessandra Ambrosio fronts the new Arkitect campaign for spring/summer 2020. The label doesn’t go for the typical relaxed look we’re seeing this time of the year. Instead, the brand highlights a variety of interesting options that have a lot of mileage regardless of the season. According to the label, when you’re looking to update your wardrobe while still the versatility of the new pieces, the fabric choice is extremely important as is the color palette you decide to adopt.
The Alessandra Ambrosio for Arkitect campaign seems focused on professional attire at the first glance, however, at a closer analysis the new offerings can be adapted to a multitude of looks with ease. Whether we’re talking about pastels, dark versatile alternatives that can serve as ideal bases for the new season, the new options are certainly worth considering. Arkitect makes clothing for women who want to look sophisticated and sensual chic and the new alternatives are perfectly designed to meet all these needs.
The Arkitect spring/summer 2020 campaign brings a multitude of deceivingly simple yet spectacular combos which can be easily replicated in real life. The sophisticated allure is given precisely by its apparent simplicity. With fab pants, blazers, simple blouses and a little creativity, you can create gorgeous ensembles. The key is paying attention to proportions and contrasts and highlighting your new season alternatives with ease. Another important secret is using fab accessories to complete your look.
Alessandra Ambrosio look effortlessly elegant in the new season offerings thanks to the subtle accents added with the help of classy accessories. Fab bracelets, cute earrings and necklaces, colorful high heel shoes and sandals and a cute pair of sunglasses can be the ideal accents to create spectacular options as the new Arkitect campaign for 2020 beautifully shows. Perk up your new season looks by investing in fabulous basics that will instantly elevate your look.
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