Chanel Shoes and Handbags Spring/Summer 2014
Want some super fabulous quilted patterns? Maybe electric color shades or some links from the grunge style? Or perhaps you are a fan of crazy and abundantly out sequins? Then watch the Chanel shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection catch your imagination and get you into an utterly different world of diversities. Each brand understands the notion of style mixes in its own way. Chanel also has a unique way of introducing these powerful and contemporary drives, doing it not via blending similar styles in one piece, but presenting each style taken purely, and just demonstrating different styles with unique and different pieces.
The gorgeous Chanel shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection of fresh and energizing options includes a huge variety of the traditional and typical Chanel signature presentations, which most often are found to be quilted designs. This time the quilted patterns were chosen to interplay with electric color shades, like the electric navy blue and sunny yellow, as well as finding its expressions in iridescent color shades for a change.
What is probably the most spectacular aspect of this line is the existence of grunge elements among the looks, presented via some super cool backpack options, a super unique cross body variant, and a tote bag, which seems to have the metamorphic illustration of the quilted motives on. Further, there’s a surprise for the fans of sequined looks, too. Particularly, it’s the crazily sequined clutch, wearing the black and white shades on, but being outstandingly eccentric and eye-catching.
The interesting and traditionally classic Chanel looks include other colorful mixes put on nice cross-body bags and clutches, as well as stunning white high heel options and cuban heel alternatives with a metallic shine. Thus, this is even more than we expected to see in the new Chanel accessories collection, including the wonderful and striking style blends especially for those, who have decided to have some fresh stylish looks for a change.
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