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MNG by MANGO Spring 2012 Lookbook


Here's the spring 2012 lookbook for MNG by Mango, a fashion brand near and dear to my heart for many reasons. The Spain-based brand won me over with their runway-inspired, wallet-friendly styles when I studied abroad back in college, and most recently when they invited me along with 9 other fashion bloggers to tour their HQ in Barcelona. For spring, MNG by Mango seems to be picking up on a perennial theme in fashion, that is, the American girl in Paris, with a palette of navy, red and white and lots of lovely stripes. My only complaint with this lookbook is that it's too small - more please! Accessories featured are from MNG by Mango as well as other JCP brands including Worthington, a.n.a, Nine & Co., and Liz Claiborne. Look out for these pieces to be arriving in stores and online at jcpenney.com now through April.













Photos courtesy of JCPenney

Comments
We love the MNG by MANGO lookbook! (Especially those dresses!) We are always looking for a great look that doesn't break the bank. Thanks for your great posts! :-)
#1 College Lifestyles (Homepage) on 2012-01-11 15:41 (Reply)
I want them all!
#2 K (Homepage) on 2012-01-11 23:18 (Reply)
Your article was a good read, and I like the way you write. By the way, let me recommend you an novo 7 paladin.
#3 ainol novo 7 paladin (Homepage) on 2012-01-12 01:19 (Reply)
I am in love with these looks! I definitely will need to pick up a piece or two this spring. :-)
#4 Katie @ Mizz Sunshine (Homepage) on 2012-01-12 03:21 (Reply)
wow your look is very grate
#5 joyanu (Homepage) on 2012-01-12 03:44 (Reply)
These are all such great looks!
#6 MizzJ (Homepage) on 2012-01-12 03:44 (Reply)
I am in love with some of these pices. :-)
#7 Berty Morales (Homepage) on 2012-01-12 16:11 (Reply)
OMG, I absolutely love the first dress. She looks so classic!
#8 Chloe (Homepage) on 2012-01-18 23:54 (Reply)
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