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Wana Sambo Resort 2013 Collection




Introducing the Wana Sambo first ever footwear; The WS PLATFORM SANDALS.
We are absolutely IN LOVE with the WS Resort '13 Collection Platform sandal designed by our creative director, Wana Sambo and handcrafted by shoe specialist, Shem Paronelli! It’s fully studded and spiked and extremely comfortable, it’s AWEMAZING!!! As seen in the lookbook, it can be dressed in many different ways!! Most importantly, we want the Wana Sambo Woman to make it her own and dress it up or down in as many ways as she can.

RESORT 2O13 COLLECTION
The original idea for this collection was birthed from a daily visit to vintage bars and coffee shops. The collection has pieces you wear out to  grab a coffee, go dancing, basically all things fun, retro, chic and wild. Thigh high slit skirts, party tops and shorts! Its sequins, silk, jersey, chiffon and leather! #WSarmy, Lets have fun!!


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  1. Beautiful!!
    *Besos*
    http://www.cmichellestyles.com

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  2. The shoes are lovely especially the colorful platforms with the studs..they're cool & different; great photos....

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  3. She has some awesome pieces. Love that green sheer top is lovely!

    ~Sherine
    Confessions Of A City Girl
    I recently launched my eyewear line, Enerjiee , check it out!

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