I remember very distinctly what my first pair of spectator shoes looked like: they were Derbies with light brown and off-white uppers. The brown part was brogued, and I wore them rather frequently with navy pants, Read more
Last week, we showed you How To Lace Oxfords the Proper Way, and today we’ll show you a video of how to lace Derby Shoes but there is actually quite a wide range of ways to lace and tie your shoelaces. According to renowned shoe lacing expert Ian Fieggen, there are almost two trillion ways to lace a shoe using just six pairs of eyelets! Read more
In our series on shoes & boots, we have included both formal and casual options. Today, we would like to continue this series with the rather formal Balmoral boot, which has become more popular lately. We discuss the origins of the term the history behind these boots, types and style and we provide pictures of course. Read more
Over 3 years ago, I visited Justin FitzPatrick at Gieves & Hawkes in London. Back then he was polishing shoes and working on the designs for shoes he wanted to produce, though from my own experience I know it takes time to actually launch a brand.
In our Brogues Shoe Guide for Men, which is a part of our series on men’s boots and shoes, we touched lightly upon the difference between oxfords and derby shoes and then in a subsequent article we focused our attention on the oxford shoe. Read more
“Very good shoes – with a twist … we push the boundaries” – that’s the motto of Sanders Shoes, and with this coverage we would like start a series about shoe manufacturers and take you on a journey through the Sanders & Sanders factory showing you what makes these shoes so special. Read more