The Nashville babe fashion ads for Guess focuses on sexy cowgirl looks for the upcoming autumn season. As though encouraging women to channel their inner Daisy Dukes, minus the short shorts and plaid shirts, they will exude sultriness in these Wild West outfits. With cowboy hats and boots coupled with denim on denim, and in one case an additional 'on denim,' the rustic theme can work in women's favor dramatically.
Shot in color and black and white, the Nashville babe fashion ads was shot by photographer Ellen von Unwerth. It stars models Gigi Hadid, Samantha Hoopes, Bojana Ksrmanovic and Yara Khmidan. The casual looks also embrace an Americana theme that often goes hand in hand with a Western one. Whether slinging guns or seducing men in brothels, Guess lets women embrace different sides this fall.
The Guess Fall 2014 Campaign Stars Gigi, Samantha, Bojana and Yara
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