It has been a long time for me in waiting to post the Jimmy Choo FW’14 collection, and now that most of us are feeling that the Fall is here at last, I feel like we all can jump right into it together. Jimmy Choo has long been one of my very favourite shoe designers. Over the years, my collection of Choos has grown into a portion of my overall collection that I am very fond and very proud of. I always look forward to the emergence of a new collection, and what is on our plate for the upcoming season is no less than excellent.
I had a lot of trouble picking just my favourite ten pairs of shoes so I truly recommend that you head on over to the website for the full collection. But for now, the ten pairs that are making me lose my mind!
Anouk is back and looking better than ever! The shoe staple is here with a variation of studs, suede and leather all in a smooth design and subtly flashy (is that a thing) print.
The collection includes a variety of prints on shoes. I particularly love this print- also found on sandals and pumps, as the colours are just so easy to work with.
Mirrored leather has often been a staple in the most recent collections by Jimmy Choo so why should this season be different? The Mirrored leather is now available in “antique” which seems to have a more tarnished silver appearance.
The Karla sandal has been now released in a variety of finishes. This one shown is “black amber” and is also available in an array of different shoe designs.
Each shoe collection needs a statement shoe or, “Statement Choo” as I’d like to think, perhaps this Lust design with pvc, crystal detail and a thick ankle strap is the turn your head twice shoe of the collection.
Each year, I become more and more obsessed with boots it seams. And when we add Choo into the mix, I just lose all control. Hands down my favourite pair of boots to date are my Jimmy Choo Dyland biker boots that I have no less worn the crap out of since scoring them in NYC a couple summers ago. I chose to showcase this design in particular because of the cut out wedge. I feel that it is such a sleek design and the tiniest notch missing from the wedge makes the shoe just seem that much lighter. Also, that shade of suede….
Lately Jimmy Choo has been really focusing on their Mimi design. Pictured above, the shoe is available in the same inky lace print that was displayed in the pair of flats above.
One of my favourite things about the collection is how the most beautiful Agean blue is a focal point. It is certainly a shade that while it is meant for Autumn/Winter, it is more of a transitional colour which allows us to wear them year round in my opinion.
The Kasava pump out of the collection is no less than a fairy tale shoe. While many picture this shoe with the perfect dress or gown, I also see them balancing out that ripped up pair of boyfriend jeans I found myself living in for the majority of the Summer. My favourite part? The grey-blue gunmetal finish and the variation of textures.
At last I finish with a shoe- a Choo that I hardly need to say anything about. Instead, I’ll just ask you, aren’t they just to die for?
For the remainder of the collection check out http://www.jimmychoo.com and thank YOU for stopping by! Happy FRIDAY EVE to all my readers!