The Giuseppe Zanotti label gives us some heads up as far as the spring 2013 defining shoe styles go. Check out some of the most fab new season options.
The spring season might seem far off now, however, knowing the
defining trends early on can be extremely useful in helping not to
feel as overwhelmed by the possibilities as you would if you'd get
a hold of the trends only then. The label Giuseppe Zanotti has set
the trends on more than one occasion and the spring 2013 can
definitely be a good candidate for the trendsetter title. Glam and
sophistication steal the spotlight and make shoe lovers want to
pause and analyze everything more in depth.
Chains, fringes, intricate cutouts, sheen, metallic elements... name your favorite textural style influence and you'll most likely find it in one of the designs in one way or another. Rather than doing a highly specialized thematic collection, the label opts for style diversity and eye-catching vibes all highlighted in the refined and well defined manner the label has gotten everyone used to over the years. Complex styles seem to gain the spotlight in detriment of the tried and tested styles that stay within a neutral zone.
Looking for a statement shoe without necessarily having to
settle for something over the top can be challenging but such
balance is definitely attainable and the label proves it with
numerous covetable designs that fit the concept. Killer heels are
undoubtedly the very best way to show off sophistication and draw
attention, yet causal wear and statement making is an equally valid
alternative and the label does its best to satisfy the comfort
lovers as well with a few fun style suggestions.
Fans of the wedge sneakers trend will most likely be elated to find out that at least in the label's vision such styles continue to be very 'in'. A variety of fun elements are used to make this usual yet beloved shoe style a strong favorite when it comes to injecting fun and youthfulness into your day to day outfits. The future looks eclectic and fabulous if we are to judge by the fun alternatives that are starting to slowly emerge accessories-wise.
Photo courtesy of Giuseppe Zanotti