Monday, 31 October 2016

Jimmy Choo | 2017 Cruise Collection

Okay, if you're supposed to be currently 'cutting-back' or have, let's be honest here, been told by your husband if you buy any more shoes he will throw all of your old ones out, then please adapt some self-control when reading the following post…

Luxury shoe label, Jimmy Choo have just launched their 2017 Cruise Collection, and with it, unveiled a Capsule Collection that allows you to personally decorate and adore your chosen pair of shoes with a truly sumptuous array of glittering (Swarovski crystal) delights…#cantbreathe 

Get ready to be let loose and choose from three variations of customisation: floral and vintage star-inspired button charms, pearl, diamanté and fur pompom brooches, statement crystal necklace and fabulous bijoux strap detail…

The collection also celebrates the return of the platform, as well as offering an array of pointed toes, cage strap detailing, mules, ballerina flats and 'Candy' clutch bags, as well as many, many more delectable treats. 

I'm personally extremely obsessed with the 'Candy' clutch bags, specifically the Holographic Acrylic Clutch Bag #eek. They're just calling to be featured on my Instagram feed....

It's got me all... 

Creative Director, Sandra Choi says, “I was thinking about that giddy delight you see in children when they choose from a tray of sweets I wanted there to be sense a showmanship and an irresistible boldness throughout the Cruise season. Our Capsule Collection allows you to express a new level of individuality through your shoes. Choose the shoe or bag that fits your mood and pick from a tempting menu of jewelled and fur pompom treats to play with. Designing and creativity are my passions and I wanted to give our clients the chance to share this wonderful experience.”

For more information on Jimmy Choo please click here

All images are sourced from Jimmy Choo 

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