Mulberry & Burberry: Berry different indeed (Part 2)

Hi! Hi! So, the first part was all about facts, but THIS is all about visuals. Ready?

Here, the main looks of Burberry Prorsum’s and Mulberry’s Spring-Summer 2013 Collections:

Coats

B&M1

Pants

B&M2

Shorts

B&M3

Skirts

B&M4

Dresses

B&M5

Conclusions?

Even though Burberry has been on the market way longer than Mulberry, its designs scream modernity (metallic fabric, anyone?). Also, Burberry experiments with the female silhouette. Pros: Innovation meets class. Cons: Its outfits are for rather lean women. Comments: love the capes, my favorite one is the purple worn along with the dark blue dress. That kind of neck shape makes our necks look longer ; )

Now, Mulberry is traditional to the core; I mean, even the shorts are long! Leather, transparencies and floral patterns summarize the collection. Pros: Lady-like, adaptable to any body shape. Cons: If you match them the wrong way and you’d pretty much look like a bitter old lady. Comments: The black leather jacket on the last comparison I just adore. That neck detail, like the Burberry one, makes our necks look longer. Also, the chemise on the second comparison took my breath away. The color’s perfect and I’m a big fan of transparencies, plus, the cut is baggy so you’re able move freely and can hide any tummy if existent, oh! And you appear to be slimmer. Sounds good, huh?

Well, that was it for today! What do you think? Are you Burberry or Mulberry? I’d happily wear both!

Take care, crazy diamonds, and remember to shine all over and dream on, what else if not? See you soon! Lotta Love. Ciao!

A.

P.S.1. Feel free to comment, your opinions make us change for the better : )

P.S.2. Here’s the link to the first part of the article : ) http://wp.me/p2X2CO-11

P.S.3. All the photos were taken from Vogue.es:

Mulberry Runway- http://www.vogue.es/desfiles/primavera-verano-2013-londres-mulberry/7776

Burberry Prorsum Runway- http://www.vogue.es/desfiles/primavera-verano-2013-londres-burberry-prorsum/7768

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