Oxford shoes, a classic revamped

In the 21st century, one of the most popular models of men’s footwear was the Oxford, a model as sophisticated it is comfortable that dates back to 19th century England and was made ‘famous’ by the University of Oxford students who wore them, hence the name that still endures today despite the fact the model has changed since its early ankle-high versions with leather tangs. Continue reading

The summer of 2017 seen in your shoes

No matter whether you’re a gentleman, a hipster or a dandy, one thing is for sure: you wear shoes when you go out and in fact, you take this very seriously. It’s a foregone conclusion that we choose a pair of shoes based on how well they match our style and are comfortable to wear, so today we are going to talk about this summer’s most widely seen colors according to the type of shoe you wear. Continue reading

Saddle shoes, dancing shoes and much more

The Lindy Hop is one of the most followed dances in recent times. In the article “The essential footwear for Lindy Hop, the dance of the moment“, we talk about the history of this dance, the phenomenon that has led to today and, of course, we analyse the most suitable shoes for dancing and non-stop dancing. A pair of shoes with history and its own name: the saddle shoes. Continue reading