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Lindex autumn line plays with volume & silhouettes
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May '13
Wearable, simple and relaxed - that's how the Lindex design team sums up the autumn collections. Jersey and tricot are the key materials and loads of lovely and warming knits, the new coatigan, the short jacket and the beloved denims are the must-haves for the autumn wardrobe.

"The autumn at Lindex is all about comfortable items which play with volume and silhouettes in an exciting way. Combine a twist and drape top with a pair of denims and add the coatigan and your new autumn look is complete", says Nina Starck, Head of design at Lindex.

Easy Jersey

At the start of the season, when the summer heat lingers, but autumn is drawing nearer, different types of jersey qualities are perfect to start building your autumn look. Layer on layer is key to this trend. Draped dresses, both long and short skirts with the twist and drape cut and tops with same exciting cut are your key elements and combined with short faded denim shorts and the utility shirt instead of a jacket.

Forever Jeans

Few items are and will forever be a wardrobe staple - the beloved jeans are definitely one of these items. The denim silhouette for this autumn looks beyond the second skin or skinny look which has been so dominating for the last seasons. Instead we welcome back the authentic and classic jeans model.

The new model will be your essential item for the realistic, feminine look that combines the cool pared-down Parisian way of dressing and Los Angeles laid-back style. The autumn key item, the jeans, are styled with denim shirts, sweatshirts, jackets made of qualities with a tweed-like feel, lace tops and blouses and knitted sweaters.

The Great Knits

The knits are always in style for the autumn/winter season and this autumn more so than ever. Cable knits, double-knit and ribbed, jacquards, twisted or mixed yarns - this autumn you'll see them all.

The same goes for the models, long, short, longer in the back than front, tight or loose and lots of details such as polo necks, round or v-necks. Coatigans - the new item for the season, is a mix between a coat and cardigan. The knitted accessories, such as scarves and hats match the seasonal knitted items perfectly.

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