Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013: luxury 70 '

2013 Lodi

The luxury of the 70's is the best definition for the spectacular Autumn-Winter 2012/2013 of Lodi. Sandals, pumps, peep-toes, boots and booties with a common denominator: their comfortable and spacious lasts.

T-Bar Sandals


Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

This summer we started to see in-store T-Bar sandals. Well, for lovers of shoes, the trend continues. So if you've done a couple, lúcelas in winter. Lodi is proposing two models, one risky and striking carved snake skin, and a more classic and simple in black.

Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

Pumps


Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

Classic, sophisticated and extremely feminine. So are the pumps. So you can combine with jeans as with a vestidazo. Elda's signature commitment to them in different colors and materials.

Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

Peep-toes


Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

The lounges and peep-toes are one of the hits of the Fall-Winter, in black, dark green, mocha or garnets, one of the tones for the next tempoarda ideal for whatever your look or style bracelet or without it, and with infinite heels.

Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

Boots and booties


Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

Boots and boots inspired bohemian-style 70's. Some models are very tight around the leg, in the case of the boots are combined with different materials such as suede and leather, or spandex and reptile hiding platforms and stylizing the leg. Others are decorated with buckles in the case of the spoils.

I am fascinated by blue open this post. Ideal for everyday wear with jeans.

2013 Lodi

Leopard Print


Lodi Fall-Winter 2012/2013

The snake print is the star, on gloss or matte, bright colors such as garnet or elegant black and brown. Treated skins, suede or pony are other materials that the firm uses for her designs.

Cubist Heel


2013 Lodi

The trend Cubist heel, a cube-shaped heel, as its name indicates, high and square, perfect outfit for the day.

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