When it comes to shoes, all or at least most women stop what they are doing and pay attention to the subject. And, now in winter, just give them the boot! Where is undoubtedly one of the most used and sought after shoe this time. In 2011, the sets back several templates styles, sizes and colors. The most unusual of the classics, to please the most different female tastes and make women even more elegant and well heated in winter.
For the winter 2012 in high heels models will continue in fashion, thin heels with thin nozzles never fall from fashion and favor the look of every woman. Low heels Cavalry style also will continue doing very successfully since that model dominated the women’s preferences.
The news for the next winter will be the boots with longer pipes as far as the knee.Details in leather, buckles, among other decorations will leave the most modern boots and suitable for different situations.
Over the knee boots, boots and velvet shoes stand out as a trend for the winter 2012. Various models, either in closed shoes, ankle boots, boots, sandals or sneakers come made in sleek velvet of dark tones which can sometimes bring more than one color in fancy combinations.
The animal prints already in evidence in coats and leather pieces, they conquer also the 2012 winter boots; and in particular, the python style. Imitating the skin of these snakes, the effect is reinforced even more by your textures that sometimes comes combined with metallic details.
Other models of boots also stand out. One of them is the big boots, with most basic and pretty aesthetics airs casual, young character productions group and stripped. And the calls over the knee boots, sexy and daring, they were the most frequent in the international catwalks. With an elongated barrel to thigh height; they are constantly made in leather or black lastéx, guaranteeing an appeal beyond productions, the sensual time appear with combinations of different colors and textures, and can count on skin applications and metallic elements, platforms or moorings.