Fancy New Year Footwear
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Posted by Wiki Fashionista
on January 5, 2013
Step out in style fashionistas!! The perfect footwear will get you moving in the right direction and hopefully onto a few dance floors. This season look for sparkly pumps, shiny stilettos and strappy platforms. You’re looking for footwear that will be comfortable enough to wear for a long period of time and that make your outfits look amazing. Of course we’ve got the perfect solutions to keep you looking festive and party ready.
The pointed toe is a symbol of modern sophistication. If you’re looking to add polish to you look. We love these slip on stilettos form the Albrerta Feretti Spring 2013 collection. This unique style makes a cool fashion statement. We’d pair this footwear with a tight pencil skirt and or dress them down with a pair of cropped skinny jeans.
We’re a huge fan of Mulberry footwear and handbags, so it was to our extreme delight to find this pair of Mulberry floral accented strappy sandals in the Spring 2013 collection with our name written all over them. The heel is a grooved stout pump and the toe features a single big strap. We’re getting a pair of these for when the warm weather hits. It’s never too early to start shopping for the next season.
Metallic heeled stilettos going to be trending huge in the New Year. The heels pictured above are from the Balmain collection. Dress these beauties up or down and step out in style. Expect to find more metallic bottom styles such as wedges and booties on the shelves by Spring 2013.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this little taste of our favorites for 2013 and look forward to sharing many more with you. As always, thanks for keeping it locked at wikifashionista.com, your source for what’s trending in fashion now.
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