Clear Cut Cinderella Runway

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Cinderella has taken the runway in a certain aspect. Every girl remembers the glass slipper Cinderella left behind at the ball and the wonderful ending when the prince found Cinderella, put the heel back onto her foot and all her dreams came true. Fairytales have found spring 2013 with clear plastic heels hitting the runway in full force.


“Clear plastic heels take to the runway”

“Pure and Light” Riccardo Tisci said backstage at the Givenchy spring 2013 show. His models walked down the runway with tight pulled back chignons, gold covenant style chokers, airy translucent outfits and architecture inspired clear plastic heels with touches of wood and gold.

“Architecture inspired wood, metal and clear heels by Givenchy runway spring 2013”



“Valentino below had dreamy clear heels and wedges”

Top designer Alexander McQueen added touches of clear plastic unique shaped architectural heels to his collection. Stella McCartney had clear wedges clicking down her runway and Reed Krakoff’s ready to wear collection had a nude sheer see through fabric heel. Michael Kors RTW models wore a sophisticated clear plastic pump with mod swing skirts and preppy short sleeved sweater shirts with a white collar peeking out.

“Valentino’s magical stunning wedge spring runway 2013”

Valentino duo designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli’s spring collection had that old glamorous Hollywood touch, A-lines dresses with lightly stitched together open seams revealed just the right amount of skin. Shift dresses with dainty pin tucks on bib inserts, darling classic trench coats and sheer lace dresses graced the runway. Every Valentino garment was paired with dreamy clear detailed heels and wedges.
So, if you are longing for that perfect whimsical heel, designers have a variety of options. Fantasy meets architecture with a futuristic quality that leaves every shoe lover needing a new pair of heels. One can never have too many shoes, especially ones that remind you of being a princess in your own fashionable fairytale.