Belinda She is one of the most beloved artists in Mexico. Since her career extends into the world of music and acting, she has appeared in movies like “The Cheetah Girls 2″ and has been a coach on the show.Mexico’s voice”. Since she was little she has set trends and this time we will talk about her amazing collection of boots.
The actress was actually born in Spain, but her family moved to Mexico when she was four years old. Her debut was in the children’s telenovela “Amigos x Siempre” with Martín Ricca, where she also participated in the soundtrack.
One of Belinda’s most remembered moments was when she was a teenager. At that time, she had been replaced by Daniela Luján in the leading role of “Accomplices to the rescue”. When asked about it, she replied with the famous phrase “she does not impose fashion”.
Since she is a public figure, the actress loves to wear the best outfits and the latest trends. Of course, she can afford luxury items and take some risks when it comes to statement pieces. You will be impressed with the boots that she has in her collection.
YOUR FAVORITE DESIGNER
In 2018, when she was still participating in “The Voice”, Belinda shared a photo of her outfit. What caught her attention the most was her over-the-ankle boots that were covered in rhinestones.
The piece is by her favorite designer, Philipp Plein, and was valued at $2,600. The creator of these boots is of German nationality and has worked with figures such as Heidi Klum and Naomi Campbell. In addition, he has stores in 29 countries around the world and they even accept cryptocurrencies as a payment method.
THE GIFT OF NODAL
When they were dating, Christian Nodal gave him a pair of extremely expensive boots that cost $15,000. The height of the boots was above the knees and it was also covered in rhinestones. The designer was precisely Philipp Plein.
Another of the favorite brands of the “Welcome to Eden” actress is Balmain. During her participation in the talent show, she showed off a pair of long boots that shone so bright that they could be seen from miles away. They are valued at approximately $5,000.
The French fashion house is named after its founder, Pierre Balmain. His current style is quite avant-garde and futuristic.