Nero Giardini, collezione shoes a/i 2011 2012

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Nero Giardini propone per le collezioni autunno – inverno 2011-2012 calzature che fondono perfettamente nuovi spunti creativi ai valori della tradizione artigianale Made in Italy tipici del brand. Un binomio che ha sembre avuto come ingrediendi l’alta qualità e il design italiano grazie all’utilizzo di materiali di prima qualità, grande cura della confezione e attenzione minuziosa dei dettagli.

Sono davvero tante, come ogni anno,  le proposte moda e le novità che Nero Giardini ci riserva per il prossimo autunno-inverno sia riguardo le calzature e gli accessori che per l’abbigliamento (per quest’ultime ne parleremo domani). L’intera gamma si ispira ad un mood cosmopolita con total look perfetti per ogni occasione.

La linea Nero Giardini è molto femminile, infonde uno spirito dinamico e uno stile assolutamente glamour. Non poteva mancare un’ampia scelta di stivali, da sempre un must del brand. Vari i modelli: con eleganti plateau nascosti a tacchi alti, in stile cuissards, look cavallerizza con tacco 3/5 cm e ultraflat.

Diversi i colori: cuoio ma anche nero, grigio, cioccolato e taupe. Non mancano i tronchetti in stile beatles o in versione trekking, le francesine con tacco o a fondo basso. E poi le ballerine con decori floreali, borchie e fiocchi, le intramontabili décolleté proposte in pelle, suède e vernice.

 

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  1. I wasn’t helpful and she didn’t feel rceepsted, and had felt that way for a while. Said that I didn’t help out around the house, and that sleeping late on weekends, having friends over watching football and drinking beers, and a whole lot of other things had made her just disgusted and couldn’t carry on like it anymore.. Said that the way I act means I couldn’t love her and seeing me act like that had killed her feelings for meNow, I was a bit taken back. She is a laid back person and gave very little if any indication she was bothered. I talked this out with friends, saw a counselor and realized she was right about a lot of it. I have since taken a ton of steps to improve. I’ve said no more friends in the house. I actually haven’t had a single beer since. I wake up early, get the kids ready, make their lunch and breakfast before school and scores of other things.. During this time she has been cold, but we do talk A few days ago I went to talk to her. .This was her response.. She feels I’ve done the right things, but just isn’t feeling it right now. Said that she was worn out and feelings just don’t come back because of a few weeks. Said she will give it time to see if things can work out, but isn’t sure and isn’t making any promises. Said she was too mentally drained to think about it..now, this is tough.. I still believe it can work out. I’ll emphasize I love this woman, and can’t imagine my life without her. Up until we had this conversation, I guess I was neglectful and taking her for granted, but never realized to the extent. We had a good sex life, did things together as a family and I guess I figured our family was solid.I don’t want to push her, I just want her to see how sincere I am and hopefully she will thaw. My counselor said her reaction right now is almost a self protecting reaction because if she allows her self to feel right now and believe she is afraid I’ll go back to the way I was. he said she has to get to the point of seeing the changes and believing before her feelings can come back, but that they defintely could. He encouraged me to try to get her in to talkHere in lies the problem.. she won’t. Said she is drained and doesn’t want to. (I feel depression is a part of this too, she has long taken anti-depressants and when she is depressed she withdraws)So at this point, I’m just doing my thing, trying to carry more than my load, enjoying my children and hoping she comes around (she’s not horrible to me, it’s just not warmth). I worry she won’t or that one day she’ll walk out, while at the same time I believe that she will continue to see the changes and the end result will be us happy..I’d like to get her into counseling, but can’t right now.. any other suggestions?? Thanks so much!

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