TALLY WEIJL reveals its early Spring collection 2013!


This season a cool breeze blows over the collection with a blast from the past in 90’s hip-hop style.

Sportswear is a must for the Tally Weijl girl who gets inspired by urban style by matching comic sweaters to leather effect and patented skirts.


She pairs wedge sneakers with dip dye and destroyed denim for a totally look-at-me style and lets jewels, studs and eyelets electrify her outfits.

Our It Girl, is an urban chameleon playing with multiple styles: from Aztec dresses, tribal embroideries and geometric prints on pants, to a mysterious style wearing tops with spiritual symbols.

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Can’t wait for the Spring to try the new collection, how about you? 



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  1. Katie Elliott February 4, 2013 at 9:17 pm Reply

    Hi there! Loving your blog, my name is Katie Elliott I am the creator of Tag a Trend.co.uk (www.tagatrend.co.uk) The website works like this: each week I announce a new fashion trend, and people then tag themselves on Facebook wearing that trend. This is done by tagging their picture with the Tag a Trend Facebook page. The other option is to directly add your pics to the facebook wall at http://www.facebook.com/TagATrend or to email pics to kte20@hotmail.com. The best pics then appear on my site.
    This week’s trend is aztec print and as can see you are loving the trend, I thought you might be interested in getting involved and tagging yourself in this fab print. The picture will appear on both my site and Facebook (both with a direct link back to your blog.)
    Look forward to hearing from you!


    • chanty2 February 4, 2013 at 10:03 pm Reply

      Hello Katie, It’s a interesting initiative you’re doing here.
      I’l check if I have anything aztec in my wardrobe and i’ll surely tag a pic 😉
      Good Luck 🙂


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