I have not been a fan of Allen Edmonds for about 15 years now. Since the day their new stock came in at Nordstrom (while I was selling there), I could see that
Today is the hottest day of the year (for NYC), getting up to 84 degrees Farenheit so I finally broke out a short sleeve shirt, a linen jacket, some bold socks
Sample Sale 2020 Now Live! Right before the world shut down due to the current situation, J.FitzPatrick Footwear received a ton of Sample Sale stock
The Butterfly loafer has come a long way from its home of London Shoemakers to the world stage, being now offered by Italian, Indian, American, French
Our Winter Sale continues with a 2nd Markdown on selected products As usual, our sale is split into categories, so please see below the differences. Each
There are some great new shoes, listed on The Marketplace, in all different sizes, makes, conditions and prices! Hurry before some of these great ones go
The Belgian loafer is a staple piece in the menswear industry. Its popularity stems beyond the realm of just footwear though, so much so that the founder was
More towards my recent blog post about Athleisure and how it is destroying a 'sense of dress' across the world, we enter a new realm of craziness with the
One thing I have always liked about Allen Edmonds was their boldness to do a lot of braided-leather shoes. From loafers to oxfords and even�derbys, they alway
Using the traditional Cowboy boot features but blending modern design details to the boots seems to be all of the rage these days as I am starting to see more
I have never seen a pair in person but I am quite fond of what American Boot company, Taft, have been coming out with design-wise. Most things are quite unique.
Braided shoes/boots/loafers etc are going to make a return, mark my word. More and more brands are bringing them out and for good reason too. A braided pair of
It is often refreshing to see double monks done differently as, to be honest, I am quite over the classic double monkstrap that simply swoops from one side to
It's a new day and age in the retail shoe world, for Leffot has started something that no one else has before and it is quite interesting, to say the least.
Like a broken record, I will repeat that it is always refreshing to see shoes/designs that are 'different.' And Taft shoes/boots are anything but the 'norm.'
In the split toe world, there are 3 types of constructions. There is the basic machine stitch split toe where you just see a small seam down the town (stitch on
Since it is a DEDICATED TO SHOES blog I am mostly going to accent that, but what I thought could be potentially interesting for the reader is a little dash of
It has been awhile since I have written about Awl & Sundry (you can see my review of them HERE) and it would appear that a lot has changed since
I am not a crazy fan of Alden shoes�like the cult following that they have but I do really like this boot as it is one of the best derby, brogue boots on th
I was walking on Regent st. today and noticed that the Timberland shop had some interesting shoes/boots inside. I am actually in the market for
The sun is finally showing itself more than not so these days and while I love A/W for the layering and use of more fabric/cloth inspired footwear, I
Another brand that I always enjoy visiting while I am at Pitti Uomo is Scarpe di Bianco. Apart from enjoying a nice catch up with owner William White,
It's been awhile since I have written about Del Toro brand and what they are doing. They have always been on my radar since I first wore/reviewed their slippers