Sunday, 15 December 2013

Gina Shoes Spring Summer 2014

It is December, we are close to Christmas and that's exactly why I'm writing about Spring Summer collections, to brighten up a dark cold day. With Gina Shoes I've injected a dose of colour on this rainy day as well as giving you ideas of what to buy with money taken during Christmas time and for the lucky ones, bonus paid at the end of the year.
The Clara model are lovely flats embellished with crystals. They are made of satin in these three colours, black, powder pink and bright pink. The inside is padded for extremely great comfort. Pumps like these will see you through the season and they will be perfect with dresses and trousers.
This is my favourite. The Tristan model in fuchsia and yellow with pony skin 5 centimetres chunky heel and a lime green chain on the front. This is another pair of shoes that will have a very low cost per wear.
These two beauties are  typical gorgeous Gina Shoes. The model August on the left is the Rose Jupiter in python with 11.5 cm heels, the Flower Python model has got the same heel height and the lovely clutch in python matching the shoes is just the cherry on the top of the(wedding) cake. I can see these two pair of shoes worn for a wedding or at Ascot.
Turquoise is the colour of choice for the Melba flat model and the Jemma platform model. Both in Kalapython, they are available in flower pattern as well. The Jemma has got a 12,5 cm heels. I love the pale orange trimmings on the Melba flats.
The Mischa models are beautiful court shoes with  a 11,5 cm heels available in peach, violet and cherry. The leather is soft and these shoes have got a shape and colours that will always be on trend. It won't be a problem to find matching outfits in any wardrobe.
The moccasin is the Carmel model with 5 cm square heels and a nice chain details on the front. The flip flop Paula has got the same chain details. Carmel ( I sound like I'm talking about a friend) is a two toned shoes with one pair peach and fudge and the other peach and cherry, while Paula is a single colour fudge or cherry. More and more colourful models will be available in the next few months at the shop. If some of these tickle your fancy just leave the web page open at home, who knows, you might have a nice surprise in the coming months. To know the exact date of when these beauties will hit the shops go online  at www.gina.com






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