Frankie Morello, bucklemania

How do you inject a sense of decorative military into footwear, without going over the top? Frankie Morello has an idea how. As well as spicing up his Spring 2010 footwear collection with multitudes of buckles, there’s also military braiding and even a horsehair plume on one very cavalry-inspired pair.

Frankie Morello Spring 2010 shoes

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Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook
Frankie Morello Shoes - Spring 2010 Collection Lookbook

Morello keeps the Spring feeling by way of bright colours and strappy leather, meaning the military looks don’t come off too heavy. Worth a look – you can view more of the collection by clicking below.

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