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Barracuda Shoes Spring Summer 2013: vintage touch look

Barracuda Shoes Spring Summer 2013: vintage touch look | Le Marche & Fashion | Scoop.it

Vintage fashion can really make a statement and there’s no better way than letting your feet do all the walkin’ and all the talkin’ when it comes to standing out. If you’ve never thought to experiment with vintage shoes then perhaps now is the time to introduce some retro styles to your wardrobe?
Barracuda Shoes has realized a 80s look shoes collection that can make any outfit look cool and they’re a great way of adding an element of vintage to current fashion items. Wear with skinny jeans, bermudas or a summery dress when the weather gets hotter.
Barracuda Shoes add height and comfort to your style. They look awesome teamed with skinny jeans, white socks and turn-ups. They take a bit of getting used to, but look totally cool.
Barracuda shoes proposes revisited Brogues for women.
The beauty of this type of shoe is that it’s very masculine which means they can look amazing worn with feminine clothing such as dresses and skirts (two colors socks are really cool). If you want to go for an androgynous look then wear with trousers (opt for a slim leg) and a light turtle neck or tank top.

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Le Marche & Fashion
Le Marche offers an esteemed fashion industry that over time has developed an expertise that permit to understand the needs and desires of the market, especially from the end consumer side. Le Marche is a land of ancient traditions and crafts manufacturing, here, are located some of the major brands famous all over the world.  A trip to the Marche, may also be an opportunity to switch from the classic historical and cultural tour to another exquisitely fashionable, in search of numerous outlets and factory stores.  The shoe making district of Fermo and Macerata situated on the border of the provinces of the same name, represents the largest concentration of footwear producing companies in Italy.
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