Accessories are an integral part of the look they devise and the most important accessories that can help polish a look to perfection like no other are shoes. House of Harlow 1960 is one of the newest brands that proved it means business when it comes to style and the shoes created for the fall/winter 2012 season demonstrate the style transformation benefits of these necessary items turned style essentials.
Various styles, vintage and contemporary, diverse colors and fabrics underline this season and variety has become a definite must have when it comes to true fashionistas that aim to maintain their style ever-fresh. This means the shoes featured in House of Harlow 1960’s fall/winter 2012 collection can be used to upgrade and perfect the look of various garments that range from casual to a bit more formal, from classic to modern with a bit of an edge.
The House of Harlow 1960 shoes tell a love story between the old and the new, story that seems to be a projection of the style Nicole Richie identifies best with. The fashion icon and reputable fashion designer has managed to reinvent herself by putting to good use her experience living in the world of entertainment and the modern days. From here, the unique contemporary twist on vintage classics and glitzy-glam elements that have a subtle costume inspired allure.
Stylish pumps featuring sizzling reptilian patterns including a stylish snake accessory applied on the heel of certain designs, gorgeous clashing fabric ankle booties, contemporary peep toe booties, cut-outs, studded flats, loafers, moccasins, and tall platform boots are only few of the shoe designs that will dare you to resist their beauty this fall at House of Harlow 1960. Although most of the designs are mono chromatic, multi colored including leopard printed color combos and prints have been used in the creation process to give the designs a bit of a more eye popping style. Chic, versatile and filled with chicness, the new shoes signed House of Harlow 1960 are definitely worth your attention and a place in your shoe wardrobe, so check them out and see which ones tempt you the most!
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