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Benetton unveils peppy & bright color jeggings
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Feb '14
Spring, by its very nature, means renewal and rebirth after the cold days of winter, and what could be better than the use of colour to express the new-found desire to get out in the open air, rediscover the world around us and have fun outside the four walls of the house? 
 
From the very beginning, United Colors of Benetton has always been the expression of the inclination to fill your wardrobe with bright colours that pep it up with brio and vivacity. 
 
In line with the brand’s philosophy, the must haves for spring 2014 will be: jeggings in lots of different colours! Available in skinny fit to accentuate the figure, and made with a special garment-dyed stretch cotton which come in a variety of super-bright colours; pink, strawberry red, turquoise, lime and mint green, as well as the more sober white and blue. 
 
The youthful spirit and touch of unconventionality of these pieces is an invitation to fun styling to express your own taste and your own personality. The coloured jeggings can be worn with light striped knits, such as nautical inspired ladylike cardigans, where the blue can be replaced with pastel shades, vichy check shirts with a sixties feel, or all-over floral printed blouses. 
 
A technicolour world, very pop, that inspires positivity and the love of life, with a dynamic soul that does not try to hide a more romantic side. This is the young United Colours of Benetton woman in all her many facets, who lives intensely but looks to the future with hopes that lots of dreams will come true!
 

Benetton Group


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