Spring has sprung and it’s time to invest in some of the seasons essentials. One of our go to brands is Simply Be, who just launched their Spring 2019 campaign.
Simply Be are all about encouraging body confidence and loving the skin you’re in.
With a wide range of styles and fits for all shapes and sizes, the brand really does have something for everyone, with all pieces available in sizes 12-32. With all this in mind, you’re sure to find some great, key pieces for your wardrobe.
The collection includes fashion-forward denim pieces, on-trend animal prints, bold colours and embellished utility-wear. So it’s safe to say that they have you covered for any occasion or event that may pop up in your diary.
The empowering campaign runs for four weeks and shows three models sporting some of the new spring collection.
This dress is perfect for the fast approaching wedding season or a fancy night out. Style with a denim jacket as pictured for a casual option. Or opt for a leather coat to dress it up.
As the weather gets warmer and days longer, you can’t go wrong in a printed suit. Don’t fear, if you find the full print overwhelming, you can wear the blazer over a pair of jeans and white cami.
The dark wash denim, which features throughout the collection, is great for creating the illusion for a more streamlined shape. The thick fabric and form fitting style helps to conceal any lumps and bumps.
The campaign leads on from the recent success of their Simple Be’s staged protest at London Fashion Week in February.
Hayley Hasselhof, one of the brands ambassadors, took to the streets in an opened top bus to question the lack of size representation within the female fashion industry.
The bus was decorated with imagery of a model, whilst the campaigners on board chanted ‘we have more to say than any dress size could’.
This campaign is definitely something in which we can all get on board with! Shop the SS19 collection is available online now at www.simplybe.co.uk.
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