The holiday season is the perfect time to inject glamour to even an everyday ensemble. In Parisian’s Shoes and Bags’ Holiday collection, classic styles are given an update to make them high style and fun.
Take a bowWho What Wear UK says that Magda Butrym’s bow-fronted satin mules were the most Instagrammed shoes of the press appointments for autumn/winter 2018. Parisian presents its own versions of the pointed toe mules with a feminine touch of bow. These shoes are perfect when paired with classic square bags.
The spring ‘18 runway was full of PVC goodies, and Parisian incorporated similar pieces in their collections. The label’s PVC sandals instantly add a modern touch to any holiday look. They match best with artsy woven bags.
Call of the wild
Leopard print is a popular sight on autumn/winter ‘18 runways. Animals patterns extended to zebra prints at Tom Ford and Balenciaga, while faux stamped crocodile was seen in many creations. Parisian Shoes’ “wild things” come in the form of animal printed boots with zipper details.
The love-them-hate-them kitten heels are back, and Parisian’s version of this playful style is practical for fancy events and workplace.
Back to square one
While pointed pumps are still very fashionable, Who What Wear UK reports that the hippest out there are opting for square toes. This trend began last summer, but with Loewe, Alexander McQueen, and Victoria Beckham leading the way, the micro trend is set to go macro at Parisian with its square-toe flats.
A popular ‘80s style, slingback shoes, is also on a comeback trail this season, with modern touches, like pastel shades and kitten heels. This style matches well with Parisian’s other assortment of arm candies—from quilted to studded bags and round crossbody to evening clutches.
Parisian Shoes and Bags’ Holiday collection is available at all SM Stores branches nationwide.
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