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Naulover presents an optimistic wardrobe for autumn

Autumn is just around the corner and with the arrival of cold weather the main fashion brands begin to dress their windows with the new collection. Although the season is usually accompanied by pieces in dark, or at least basic, colors, Naulover proposes this year to combat the cold with an explosion of color.

Tones such as fuchsia, klein blue or orange invade the fall/winter collection of the Spanish brand with French airs. A dose of optimism to renew the seasonal wardrobe with quality, minimalist pieces.



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The scarf becomes the undisputed protagonist of the most sophisticated outfits for returning to the office. With geometric and floral prints, the versatile accessory can be worn tied around the neck, as a top or even combined with a bag or a blouse of the same fabric.

The piece is a basic, hallmark of Naulover. Every year, the brand renews it with new prints, as well as its other great flagship accessory: bags.

Scarf and bag from the new collection

Scarf and bag from the new collection.

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Under the motto of slow fashion, the brand that was born in 1957 offers a wardrobe of quality garments for those seeking to build a capsule wardrobe through responsible consumption.

Thus, in its autumn/winter collection, knitted sweaters, flair pants in neutral tones and, above all, ponchos are the protagonists, as a sophisticated and elevated option to the conventional coat.

An outfit from Naulover's new Fall/Winter 2024 collection

An outfit from Naulover’s new Fall/Winter 2024 collection

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From the firm they explain that “the knitted basics and accessories are adorned with lime, fuchsia and Klein blue tones, creating elegant and dynamic contrasts that break with the neatness of the season.” And for Naulover the balance between “order and fun” is a safe bet to achieve a style with personality.

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