Striking Shoes in Aldo Fall 2013 Ad Campaign

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Aldo Fall 2013 campaign
Aldo Fall 2013 campaign

Shoes are an essential part of every lady’s wardrobe. How else can we create a fresh and saucy look? Pumps, sandals, scarpins, wedges, boots, sneakers, flip-flops – we are so lucky to have such a wide variety of choice. Good thing fashion designers keep coming up with trendy collections and new ideas to make us even happier. Shoeaholics, are you ready for another line of totally outstanding footwear? Fall is to come soon and we all have to prepare our wardrobes for the next fashion season. Here is one way to do it: Aldo Fall 2013 campaign offers great looks featuring awesome shoes for you and your boyfriend.

Give Me Aldo Fall 2013 Campaign: Shoes, Shoes, and Again Shoes

Aldo taps a number of models for its Fall 2013 ad: Lily Donaldson, Jourdan Dunn, Jessica Stam, Ming Xi, Anais Pouliot, Florian Van Bael and Mathias Lauridsen. Terry Richardson made fantastic shoots for Give Me Aldo campaign inspired by the 50s style and Grease movie. This is how brand’s Creative Director and Vice President Douglas Bensadoun explained the concept of the new collection:

This season we stripped everything down to the essentials. We wanted the product to speak for itself so we brought it to the forefront of the campaign where it belongs.

All the models are posing in a very lively and what seems to be effortless way. Smiles, relaxed atmosphere, and tons of fun – this is what the campaign and the whole idea of Aldo Fall 2013 collection is about. Young, striking, and crazy, these beautiful ladies and handsome men represent the target audience of the brand. There are no limits for them: why to bother with a regular pose, if you can lay down on your back with your legs up and enjoy the life? All-black outfits are definitely supposed to highlight the gorgeous Aldo shoes, and I must admit it really works.

Aldo Fall 2013 campaign
Aldo Fall 2013 campaign

My favorite piece of the collection is red pumps with gold buckles on the sides. A perfect complement for any pair of jeans, a trendy skirt, or an elegant dress. Whatever you decide to pair them with, you will make your outfit look even more fabulous. A white lace frock with a saucy minaudiere and a couple of jewelry pieces; Boyfriend jeans with a leather vest over a white T-shirt; a maxi skirt and a sleeveless blouse with a detachable collar – boy, there are so many combinations to come up with.

Ankle boots in black with silver styling and zippers are also very cool. This funky piece of footwear can also be paired with any item in your closet. There is one exception though: do not opt for accessories in gold when wearing these booties, for the silver-gold contrast won’t do any good to your look. It does not necessarily mean that you can’t sport your favorite gold-plated earrings – as long as the item is not too large, it is fine. Otherwise, there are no rules at all. Skorts and denim shorts, leather jackets and light blazers, chiffon capes and bright trench coats along with the dresses will each be an excellent match for these Aldo boots. The color choice also varies from pastel shades to vivid hues.

Now, a couple of words about your soulmate’s feet. Aren’t those oxblood loafers awesome? I would like to have someone with a six pack and these saucy shoes walk by my side. The other pair of men’s footwear presented in the campaign also looks great. Battleship gray boots with black and beige platform will fit any young man with a good taste.

Aldo Fall 2013 ad campaign is meant to be loved by stylish and creative young people all around the world. If you are a fan of high-quality and saucy shoes, be sure that you have found your goldfish! Check out the gallery for more ad looks before you pay a visit to the closest Aldo shop in your city.

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Cara Leon

I explore the world through the prism of fashion. Fashion is my everything: my universe, my air, my alter ego. I do my best to suit society, but when society does not bother to accept my way - I see no point in climbing up the mountain. It is the same with fashion: if they do not get what you wear, it is not your clothes that are to be trashed.

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