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Patent Point Toe

September 30th, 2009 No comments

Patent Point Toe

New Fall Shoes!

Fall is one of my favorite times of year. I love watching the leaves change color, along with pumpkins, mummies and bales hay everywhere. There are clearly in the air and the smell of fireplaces at night. As autumn arrives, sandals, flip flops and shorts to get saved and fall and winter shoes and clothes come in.

Every fall I find it interesting to see the new trends, colors, styles and textures that dominate the industry. Some of the trends continue in popularity since last year, while others are looks new.

This year, Gray is one of the best colors. In all the different nuances, from the softest gray dove into the depths of coal, is showing everywhere. I've seen boots, Mary Jane, and all ballet shoes gray, and as many different textures, including patents, suede, satin and the list goes on …

Metallic, such as gold, silver and bronze are very popular and are in many different lines of footwear design with soft brushed gold to complete the brightness. I've seen some adorable ballet slippers in soft gold and abundance during sexy metallic sandals backrest night.

Mary Janes are one of my favorites, but in black patent leather Mary Janes are my favorite! I like both rounded and pointed tip, but I prefer a little more round. I especially like the look of the toe. Suede pumps with patent toes leather cap is one of the many possible combinations other materials and have a sophisticated look.

Classic styles are getting a bit of a twist with a touch of exotic animal prints, along with crocodile embossed leather snake. Animal prints are often combined with black or brown leather.

satin shoes, of course, have been dazzling for years. Some simple, others adorned with jewels. Black always seems to be a popular choice for its sophistication. red satin, while sophisticated, so has a certain "wow" factor.

Fortunately, latest fall trends need not break the bank. For the most part, the styles of shoes can be found at prices that are the cheaper end to very expensive. Check local and online stores can help achieve the look you want for the price you can afford.

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