So it’s the luxurious presentation of Yves Saint Laurent that demonstrates another variant of chic and glitter put on one piece. The breathtaking Saint Laurent shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection appears to be exclusive in a great number of ways. First it’s the super extravagant black, which comes in a huge variety of faces and acting as a principal element in the greatest part of the pieces. Secondly, it’s the metallic trend, which is exposed via metallic shine and some metallic particulars like studs and chains. Finally, the amazing cone heel looks seem to be the most ascertaining feature of this line.
Talking about the pieces in particular, we can start with the super luxurious jewelry details that are adorned with the classiest glitter-giving techniques and particles possible. The role of black is highly important here. Further comes the leather trend, accompanied with glamorous and popular stud designs, which create some specific gothic-inspired effect for these elegant looks.
In the Saint Laurent shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection, there is a nice pair of a studded crossbody bag and cone heel striking stiletto shoes. The next popular pattern of this collection is the animal prints, widely introduced on handbags, as classy stripy motives, and on stilettos as well.
What comes to the color palette, we can notice a nice mishmash of animal prints and energizing pink options. The golden and silver shades are other synonymous details of this line’s chic looks. The most outstanding shape among the pieces is just the one carrying this silver shade and being represented on the pair of ankle boots. Another mix of animal tendencies and golden glittery drives is the cool pair of stiletto shoes, adorned with sharp edges and black plays.
The sequined shoes are the best and the most extravagant finishes of the amazing Saint Laurent shoes and handbags spring/summer 2014 collection. So the chic looks rock again, and Saint Laurent’s creativity happened to be a great gateway for the elegance to demonstrate itself once more.
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