Anna Molinari, the creative director of high-end fashion house Blumarine has many times managed to create vibrant and eye-popping outfits and accessories that instantly won everyone’s admiration. For the fall/winter 2011-2012 season, the designer keeps to her fashion concepts and doesn’t stop surprising with yet another bright footwear collection, designed for modern girls, who love to flaunt their edgy side. Featuring a high dose of youthful flair, the Blumarine Fall/Winter 2011-2012 shoes ensure that your look will radiate high street refinement in the new season. Follow Blumarine’s advice and don’t let the limited color palette of the cold season stop you from expressing your joyful and creative side in fashion.
Lively shades and eye-catching prints make the key ingredients of the Blumarine Fall/Winter 2011-2012 shoe collection. Creativity and confidence are the main qualities needed in you to sport these boots and chic high heels that will certainly talk about your sophisticated styling talent. Embrace the vibrant color palette with Blumarine and show off your great accessorizing skills that will certainly charm everyone around you.
The Blumarine girl is confident enough to build up eye-catching outfits with the help of flashy accessories that ooze sexiness and a subtle edgy vibe. If you are so obsessed with color blocking, bold animal prints, just take a look at these footwear designs, you’ll certainly love them. Sensuality in a bold and elegant manner is the best word to describe the gorgeous footwear line from the renowned label. Think colorful boots, high heels embellished with leopard prints and other details, flattering sandals or knee-high boots for emphasizing your gorgeous silhouettes.
You picture winter styling in gloomy, neutral shades? Stop it right now, as this season lets you inject a summerish vibe into your styling through ultra-colorful accessories. Still not convinced? Take a look at the Blumarine Fall/Winter 2011-2012 shoe collection and you’ll certainly picture winter in beautiful vibrant shades next time!
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