It’s official! Spring has arrived and the new Jeffrey Campbell shoes are definitely heating things up with fabulous seasonal designs that have all the potential to make traffic stop, so put those boots away and let your feet enjoy the caress of the sun rays.
Raiding the new shoes lineup signed by the brand will be a blast as creativity has always been one of the brand’s strong points and if that wasn’t sufficient to get you to say ‘Sold!’ the high dose of variety that becomes visible from first glimpse should definitely do the trick!
As every one of the brand’s previous shoe collections, Jeffrey Campbell’s Spring Fever collection is not for the fainthearted as it packs a high visual kick brought by fierce details and innovative cuts, so if you’re all about bringing out your uniqueness any pair of these shoes can be a great addition to your collection.
For spring, comfort became a top priority for the rapidly growing in popularity brand as the good weather will definitely boost your energy as to look good, you must feel good first! This is why the fact that the new Jeffrey Campbell shoes seem to be focused on platforms, flatforms and mid chunky heel designs shouldn’t come as a surprise. All of the above mentioned shoes have a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ accentuated either by the cuts themselves or by the glam jewel applications/ hardware details, meaning their style will surely attract plenty of attention.
The Coltrane, the Indi Hi, the Encase, the Sybil and the Tatsu are only a few of the statement styles that you should definitely check out if you’re looking for designs that aim to provide more comfort. However, if you’re looking for something with a little less drama (still enough though!) and a bit more ‘look at me I’m a diva’ factor, the 70s Rubell platform, The Shindig, the color block Inaba sandal and the Darling pointy toe pumps are not to be overlooked, so enjoy all of the new spring vibe shoes by Jeffrey Campbell 2013 and use your faves to make the best out of your new season wardrobe.
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Photos: Jeffrey Campbell