Friday, February 19, 2010

Spring 2010 Trend Report: Palermo

It's around mid-February every year that I start to set my eyes on the prize - spring, that is. It's the beacon of hope that gets me through the rest of the New England winter, knowing that in (hopefully) just 6 or so weeks I won't need mittens to drive to work, I can hang up the heavy winter jacket and I can maybe even slip my feet into a pair of open-toe shoes. That, my friends, is the true sign of spring. Maybe some of you are already experiencing some warmer days, or maybe you're lucky to live in a place where it never gets this cold, but I think we can all agree that spring is exciting not just for the weather, but for the FASHION! It's the season of color and flirty fabrics and lovely, lovely sandals. Söfft unveiled some utterly sexy and sultry looks for Spring 2010, including the Palermo - at first glance, this may look like a full-coverage heel but make no mistake about it, this shoe is h-o-t! The super-soft layered suede wraps around your foot, giving you that legs-for-days look that was all over the runway. And the flattering grey color is the perfect neutral to compliment spring's blush tones and bright color palette.

See how well the Palermo takes you from the office to a night out and through the weekend, then hurry up are orders yours today before they are winter should be!

At the Office
The Palermo's grey color is the perfect compliment to blush tones
Jacket, Arden B.; Top, 7 for all Mankind; Pants, Gap; Bag, Chloé; Necklace, Kara Ross; Chain ring, Topshop; Stone ring, Marie Helen de Taillac

On the Town
The shoe calls for bare legs and sexy draping
Dress, Preen; Jacket, Elizabeth & James; Earrings, Cathy Waterman; Bag, Mat & Nat; Ring, J. Crew

Weekend Wear

Shorts are making a strong statement in spring fashion - perfect for showcasing your shoes!
Shorts, Ports 1961; Top, Juicy Couture; Jacket, Elizabeth & James; Bag, Marc Jacobs; Necklace, Sequin; Sunglasses, Jimmy Choo

1 comment:

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