In the new collection for Mara Bini’s Autumn Winter 2018/2019 season we find the Gioia model, made up of various articles: article F343, article F536, article F537 and article F563.

Article F343: this model Gioia item is a classic leather moccasin with the particularity, in the front part, of the presence of fringes and a bow with tassels.

Article F536: this item is a classic leather moccasin but in the front we find an accessory that gives the moccasin a touch of elegance.

Article F537: this item is a leather moccasin in the classic line but very special because in the front the accessory has been inserted under the leather and the final result is that the accessory is noticeable in relief. A very elegant and particular article.

Article F563: this article is very similar to the article F536, so it is a classic-style moccasin with accessory in the front, the only difference is in the leather material.

All the items of the Gioia model are moccasins so we can give you some general advice on how to create some perfect look with all the items.

The perfect match for this type of footwear is absolutely the classic cigarette pants, quite narrow in the part of the ankle and not long enough to cover the whole ankle.

Or you can opt for a more casual look by wearing skinny jeans, and a nice classic shirt.

The last perfect look to combine with the items of the Gioia model by Mara Bini is a dress or a skirt.

In case you want to match them with a dress or a skirt it is preferable to wear them with a dress or with a skirt that is not too short and maybe with some 60s style pleated or full skirt.

The items of the Gioia model add a touch of elegance to any look, even the simplest and casual ones.

In the last article we gave you advice on how to combine our shoes of the Sophia model, included in the Spring Summer 2018 collection, while in this article we have chosen to give you some ideas to combine some items of the Gioia model, also from the Spring Summer collection 2018: article E314, article E325 and finally article E318.

Let’s start with the article E314 Gioia model: it is a particular moccasin with upper in fantasy of various colors and accessory in the center in the front of the shoe.

This item is a type of footwear that everyone should have in their wardrobe because it is a very comfortable and easy to wear product for any occasion.

An excellent casual outfit to combine with the E314 article is made of jeans and a classic shirt, possibly maintaining the shade of blue.

Another outfit that we can choose is characterized by a black palazzo pants and a short top in solid color, thus obtaining a more elegant and fashionable look, or we can opt for a plain-colored jumpsuit so as to wear the E314 article as a real detail of the look.

The second item we have chosen is the article E325 Gioia model: the article is a shoe with closed toe and open heel.

At the front we find tassels and a delicate flat bow that gives elegance, while the upper plays with geometric shapes and colors.

This article is very elegant and gives any look a touch of style.

It combines perfectly with a simple plain dress or a top and a medium-length skirt that reminds a little of the good-looking looks of the Sixties.

Another outfit that goes well with it is composed of a simple plain t-shirt and a trousers with a classic line, alternatively, in order to dampen the look a bit too elegant, we can choose to combine the article E325 with a jeans and a t-shirt and thus make the look more casual.

The last article chosen for the Gioia model is the article E318, it is a sabot (also called mules) with a particular upper with a quilted effect and a detail on the front.

This article is easy enough to match any look, even if it is mainly combined perfectly with a dress or a short or long skirt.

Alternatively, you can opt for a more casual look with trousers or short jeans combined with a simple t-shirt.

The article E318, in addition to being a passepartout article, is also very convenient and practical, once you try it you always want to wear it with any look.