Refinement, elegance and a modern twist..this is how the new Vince Camuto offerings for spring/summer 2013 can be best described. Have a look at the new campaign.
The Vince Camuto spring 2013 campaign is a true lesson in elegance with a modern touch. The label has pout together a few seriously covetable alternatives worth investing in. The new ads are a clear proof of the fact that it's not necessary to invest in conspicuous pieces or current fads in order to attract attention every single time. The Vince Camuto 2013 offerings are surprisingly refreshing despite their subtle formal allure. The new alternatives can be easily mixed and matched for various spectacular accents while still maintaining a classy allure that never fails to impress.
In more ways than one, the new Vince Camuto campaign for spring 2013 are a persuasive case for classy investment pieces can become trusted staples for years to come and will never get to feel dated. Simple combos can pack an amazingly powerful statement making potential if used properly and the new campaign brings plenty of interesting accents which can instantly elevate a look. When you're looking for investment pieces, simple tailoring is the way to go.
The new Vince Camuto spring/summer 2013 campaign brings a mix of feminine and masculine pieces which create a polished allure which is instantly noticeable. With perfectly defined proportions, subtle textural contrasts, intuitive color combos and well chosen accessories, looking amazing becomes easy. The proof can be found in each of the new warm season ads. If you're keeping you're clothes on the classy side, you can have some fun with accessories.
The Vince Camuto accessories for 2013 are an interesting blend between classiness, sophistication and modern vibes. While most handbags are kept on the classy side, when it came to jewelry and shoes, the label abandoned its strict elegant and classy focus in favor trendier options which are sure to create a fabulous modern allure which can be easily embraced by fashionistas with different preferences.
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