Spring 2012 Brings New Shoe Silhouettes and Girlish Fun

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1. Nine West - Flax (Black/Multi Fabric) - Footwear 2. David Tate - Grace (Natural/Black Patent) - Footwear 3. J. Renee - Carina (Rose Multi Pleated Fabric) - Footwear

If you are one of the many shoe-lovers who likes to update your look each season, you already know how expensive it can be to stay current on the freshest silhouettes. Fortunately, most shoe-lovers also know that the key is to buy a few great staples for the season and to try to find brands that replicate designer trends in a chic way.

So what’s hot for spring and something that you can actually find?? The pointed toe! That’s right, probably one of your favorites, as well as mine, although we haven’t seen it in awhile. One of the biggest bangs this season was the continuation of the ultra-feminine lines created by Marc Jacobs for Lois Vuitton Fall 2011. Last year, full skirts, cleavage and a cinched waist made editors do a double take during the LV fall collection. These lady-like looks were complemented by square toe pumps, which had a moment this winter. But now the square shape has been replaced by an elongating and sexy pointed toe. Invariably, many designers are feeling the same trend, and pointed toe shoes are a must-have to freshen your look for spring 2012.

Check out these designer shoes in popular shades for this spring. Pair them with 50′s style cigarette pants, full midi skirts, pencil skirts, drop waist dresses, or skinnies, and have fun with your color combinations and hair. This is the moment to play with structure and say good bye to the long flyaway hair and disheveled layering of the past three years.

  • Louis Vuitton
  • Minolo
  • Rupert Sanderson
  • Tory Burch
  • Philosophy

To make the look your own, check out similar styles at affordable prices:

  • Nine West Flax (1.)
  • David Tate Grace (2.)
  • Badgley Mishka
  • AK Harquin
  • Ellie – Lola
  • Ivanka Trump
  • J.Renee Carina (3.)
  • Jean-Michel Cazbat
  • Joan and David Jora

Byline: This is a guest post from Jacelyn Thomas. Jacelyn writes about identity theft prevention for IdentityTheft.net. She can be reached at: jacelyn.thomas @ gmail.com.

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