When extraordinary is too mildly put, it is Alexander McQueen! The brand new Alexander McQueen shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection is the loudest cry about that. There is just no other way of finding so much creativity and yearn for innovation rather than Alexander McQueen collections. The accessories presented here are just too far-fetched from ordinary and traditional. On the other hand, for McQueen ‘traditional’ means never recurrently changeable!
So “What is that specific about this collection?” you might think. Well, probably the belt design applied to the very first pair of platform shoes is the best start. Following these, come the super extended and transformed looks of the similarly put belt designs, combined with snakeskin elements, metallic colors and an eccentric design of heels. Further comes the most desirable surprise of beadwork fans, since all the looks we find among the following options are just the most perfect and crazy interpretations that this type of designs can have.
At the same time, the choice of the color palette of the Alexander McQueen shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection is just as resourceful and cool as the shapes. So, we find meticulous beadwork put on platform type heels, super cool cross body handbag options, and clutches, the colors being mixed within black, red, navy blue and yellow shades.
One of the most frequently met elements among these pieces is the tassel fringe, which is even extended to the level of covering the whole surface of a white and red handbag. Another popular design, which is often met among the looks, is the snakeskin, which seems to be an extremely popular fashion trend for the coming spring/summer season.
Finally, the last descriptive element of the Alexander McQueen shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection is the iconic skull shape, put every now and then. Thus, this collection seems to be aimed at attracting a big army of various style-followers, who will definitely find what they need here, no matter how capricious their taste might be.
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