Marking important events through fashion can make everything more memorable and when big names in the industry get involved, the effect is greatly magnified. Check out the new Jimmy Choo Jubilee Union Jack capsule collection and see for yourself.
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee is a significant celebration not
only from a political point of view but also from the style
perspective. Fashionistas also have a reason to rejoice as one of
the most influential names in the fashion industry has dedicated a
fairly comprehensive capsule collection to honor the event. Of
course, we're talking about the Jimmy Choo brand which has
prepared various items with patriotic flair to indulge in for the
Sunglasses, clutches, pumps, wallets and a series of other leather accessories with various details can definitely help us remember this fabulous event even better. For British fashion fans, the flag motif becomes a veritable pride symbol. Still, despite the obvious Union Jack theme, there are plenty of gorgeous alternatives that can surely land on the must have list for shoppers who are less concerned with the style of the moment and more focused on purchasing pieces that will withstand the test of time with their quality and classic design.
The '80s influences are clearly notable providing a fun throwback to these glorious times while still maintaining plenty of modern elements to make them look gorgeous today. Studs, coarse glitter or metal elements bring extra visual interest without overpowering the alternatives presented. Comfort is another important characteristic of the offerings which is why the majority of the shoes presented are either flats or have a feet-friendly height which helps emphasize one's silhouette without the needless pain. The Diamond Jubilee is an excuse as good as any other to indulge in a series of gorgeous, glamurous, versatile pieces you'll proudly wear for many seasons to come, so jazz up your collection with colorful alternatives that will highlight your fine tastes in fashion and get ready to dazzle.
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