Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Chiko Shoes Changes the Method Women Purchase Shoes

Chiko Shoes, the direct-to-consumer women's shoes fashion brand name, has launched new women's shoes collections for spring summer season 2016.

The brand-new Chiko Shoes spring and summertime lines are inspired by street styles and runway designs, reflecting a variety of brand-new women's shoes style Guilty Soles patterns consisting of block and chunky heels, flatforms shoes, athletic sandals, square toe shoes, leather mules and metallic tones.

As a vertically integrated women s shoes brand, Chiko Shoes is aiming to change the method women purchase shoes. Motivated by the latest street styles and runway designs, Chiko Shoes online store is upgraded with brand-new arrivals every day to help customers catching up on the trendiest shoes in fashion.

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Sunday, April 20, 2014

A Brexit Would Be Bad for Style

When the subject initially began to drip into parliamentary argument in early 2015, the concept of Britain leaving the European Union appeared ridiculous. If the concept of putting the matter to a direct public vote appeared not likely, an actual Brexit seemed entirely implausible. 18 months later, with a national referendum simply weeks away and public sentiment stirred up by an extraordinary migration crisis on top of the on-going European financial obligation crisis, which has seen countries like Greece bailed out by the rest of the Eurozone, viewpoint surveys on Brexit are much too close for comfort for British prime minister David Cameron, who has staked his political future on a Remain vote.

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Friday, March 14, 2014

Plus-sized model from Swadlincote named face of London Style Company

A SIZE 32 design is 'over the moon' after being selected from more than 120 larger women to be the face of a London fashion house.

Jessica Nicholas, 31, of Aston Drive, Swadlincote, has actually been chosen to be the face of Scarlett and Jo for 2016 and will appear on adverts, go to fashion events, as well as have gowns developed for her.

The sales assistant at a storage facility in Burton had entered the competition online after buying a Scarlett and Jo dress, and was pleased just to have been chosen to be among the leading 12 finalists.

Jessica described that she learnt when she inspected the clothes company's website and was surprised to see that she had actually won.

She said: "I couldn't believe it. I strolled down past the 'tall' and 'petite' winners to the 'face of the brand name' and it was me.

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