With the colder months fast approaching, we know that it’s the time people start investing in new footwear and nothing says more about you than your shoes. A good quality pair of shoes is an investment and a fundamental part of your winter wardrobe.
Take a look at just a small selection of the footwear available, and make sure you check out our previous blog post ‘Autumn Shoe Guide’ for more information on what to wear now.
Sneakers are currently dominating the shoe scene, they are far removed from their origin as a shoe worn at the gym. These chic, streamlined trainers from Lacoste would work just as well with a suit as they would with denim.
Crafted by Dr Martens, these shoes are simple and classic with a unique utilitarian look, favoured by the more fashion-forward designers.
Synonymous with the rock’n’roll style, they’re the natural partner to a pair of ripped skinny jeans.
Nike’s innovative trainer designs mean that shoes originally intended for running have been a huge crossover hit with the fashion elite. Fashion doesn’t have to hurt and the lightweight sole of the Roshe One trainer ensures ultimate comfort whether you’re dressing down your work outfit, or hiking your way to the gym.