Intriguing color palettes, sheen, fabulous structures and boundless creativity is the ultimate formula for success in the latest Aperlai spring 2012 shoe collection. Setting high standards from the very beginning can be tricky strategy but not for the French brand which manages to set new standards of excellence and sophistication with each new collection. Focusing on shoe styles that aspire to statement shoe rank without necessarily being over the top, the latest line is as alluring as it gets.

The mathematical approach to designing is once again one of the strong points of the collection as it allows the designs to be practical yet edgy, fancy yet wearable and completely seductive simultaneously. The glam yet practical aspect is ensured by the nude or neutral tone and bold tone combination that along with the creative cut-outs are the perfect choice for a touch of color that doesn’t rule out versatility or multiple mixing and matching possibilities.

Staying away from ultra thin heels, the brand chooses to provide a reasonable degree of comfort that allows women to enjoy the silhouette enhancing benefits of a high heel shoe without a total compromise on comfort. Thicker heeled shoes are also included in the collection being among the most noticeable ones. The multitude of strong tones and sheen included in these designs make them worthy of the fun statement shoes of the season status, proving that you don’t always have to choose between animal print and bold tones when selecting your accessories.

For comfort lovers, the brand offers an interesting hybrid between wedges and medium heeled sandals that turns out to be a savvy alternative for those times when your feet cannot go without a well deserved break from your favorite ultra high heel shoes. Classy, fierce or futuristic, the shoe designs included in the Parisian brand’s latest collection are absolute must haves for any fashionista looking to consolidate her status as a style icon while enriching her existing collection with new fun yet practical options.

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