Prepare to make new additions to your 'hot shoes of the moment' list and check out the Corso Como spring/summer 2012 shoe collection to get a better grasp of the most versatile trendy styles for the hot days of the year.

The spring summer 2012 shoe collection by Corso Como has enjoyed the amazing talent and skills of the two brilliant designers: Edgardo Osorio and Gaetano Perrone who both work for the high end segment of the fashion industry. Thus, the irresistible charm of the shoe designs that steal the spotlight instantly was to be expected. Feminine, modern and refined are the characteristics to look for when selecting your newest addition to your shoe collection for the hot days.

Bold hues are the quickest route to the bold yet exciting accessory status and the brand features quite a few alluring options with either modern or romantic vibes. Subtle ruffles, beautiful bows, polka dots or hues like tangerine and pink are certainly tempting alternatives for lady-like glamour lovers. Nude tones, gold touches and suede are classy and timeless, while dark tones and studs are fabulous options for those looking for an edgy vibe.

Rounded toe pumps and sandals are seen as the hottest shoe styles of the new seasons and their popularity is well justified both when we consider runway trends and preferred options among those who are looking for timeless refinement allure in a matter of seconds. Nonetheless, summer boots are a fabulous addition to the collection despite the fact that the last year has brought a steady decline in the popularity of such styles. Still, they can be seen as a fabulous alterntive for early spring days when temperatures can be quite unpredictable.

Versatility and refinement are two characteristics to look for when expanding your collection with the intention of upgrading our style while still maintaining some degree of comfort. Classic designs are sure to prove a worthwhile investment as it can be worn on multiple occasions, thus the cost per wear can be quickly minimized. Pick your investments carefully and bring home only things you love to be able to enjoy your new acquisitions completely guilt free for years to come.

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