Balenciaga Shoes and Handbags Spring/Summer 2014
Balenciaga shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 or the extravagant-with-chic looks are coming back! This is so typical of Balenciaga that it seems like it couldn’t be anyway else. Here, the most interesting and unexpected motives can be observed in wonderful pairs with actualized styles on the one hand, and traditional ones on the other.
The attractive and curious color palette is another breathtaking advantage of Balenciaga shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection. The shapes offered within these motives also represent the ideological mix of classic and modern. Thus, combining all these, and talking about the shapes more precisely, we can start the scrutiny with a nice typically Balenciaga cream handbag, followed by a minimalistically created and timelessly sumptuous black option, and super cool and a bit eccentric bracelet options, which have something bald and ultra-modern in them. The color shades selected for these Balenciaga accessories are monochrome white and beige, put within metallic shiny tones.
What comes next is introduced with a general key word: snakeskin. The cool variants of creating such looks include a choice of different proportions of these patterns, from the minimal percentage put on the smallest details of the handbags, and reaching the variants thoroughly covered with snakeskin design.
What refers to the shoes, we can notice the principle of mixing classic designs with modern shapes here too. Thus, there are very spectacular stiletto options with merged strap designs, open toe variants, and super cool electric violet and black combinations, which seem to be the most eye-catching looks of the Balenciaga shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection. The smooth fabrics used with these looks are also worth mentioning.
So, the fans of classic motives, who have decided to bring in something different and something they have never done before, can find a great variety of ideas in the stunning Balenciaga shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection.
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