The UnaUna Summer 2011 Collection Favors Special Leather Styles

By: Emily Evans - Published: • References: una-una & designbreakonline
Egyptian style -- like the aesthetic that the UnaUna Summer 2011 shoe collection channels -- has long been associated with opulence and simplicity. While the Grecian laced-up style of sandals was heavily popular last summer, this summer stylists are favoring more basic leather styles. Fashionistas who are cost-conscious can emulate opulence without having to purchases accessories that will grow tiresome.

As opposed to over-the-top laced-up leather designs, the UnaUna Summer 2011 shoe collection focuses on basic designs with unusual angles and shapes. The minute geometric details within each of these shoes are both on-point with styles this season, as well as wearable well into future seasons, making any of this footwear a great purchase.

Implications - Designs that appear to be basic enough to offer consumers longevity, yet are a change from the existing styles on the market are the best purchases for economy-aware consumers. Businesses that offer stylish, yet simple products that can be worn or used over long periods of time -- such as these UnaUna shoes -- will be most popular during a credit crunch.

Stats for Egyptian-Emulating Footwear Trending: Older & Mild
Traction: 2,740 clicks in 180 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: UnaUna Summer 2011
Related: 78 examples / 60 photos
Segment: Neutral, 12-55
Comparison Set: 29 similar articles, including: egyptian accessories, gold footwear on the green, and opulent inmate footwear.