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Nothing can add a complete touch to your look better than a pair of statement shoes, which will be both comfortable and stylish. Designer shoes are the strongest points of any outfits, so be sure to wear shoes meeting the latest fashion trends.
In an attempt to create something exquisite, extravagant and fabulous, Maria Spinella has turned on her creativeness and energy, producing the new Penelope and Coco fall/winter 2011 shoe collection. Inspired by the designer’s two alter egos, the new footwear line brings spectacular designs with a fantastic blend of contemporary and classic touches.

If you want to look like a real fashion icon, a high accent should be placed on individuality and originality, and this seems to be the main objective of the Penelope and Coco fall/winter 2011 shoe collection. Penelope and Coco are two different and distinct personas, Penelope being a “dainty, classic and vintage lover” while Coco is “bold, complicated and risqué”. Find out which of the two personalities appeals to you the most and get ready to rock the fashion world with unique footwear that will boost your confidence and style sense.


Platforms and high heels are a definite must if you want to make a style statement, so underline your femininity and risqué character with stylish simple pairs of platforms or go bold with patented black leather or leopard print or monochrome calfskin high heels. Boost romanticism and mystery in you, trying these eccentric, vintage-inspired footwear, inspired by the ‘70s. Define the sexiness of your legs, opting for ankle booties or elongate you silhouettes, choosing platform high heel designs of flashy colors, like the blue one, which puts a high emphasis on the modern, urban-chic style.
The upcoming fall is all about casual-chic, so inject the right amount of this trend into your wardrobe with Penelope and Coco’s vintage lace-up studded boots. Go daring and seductive and experience the power of extravagant shoes, so you can draw all eyes on you!

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Photo and video courtesy of Penelope and Coco