Ugg boots are universally known as a staple piece for everyone and anyone’s winter wardrobe. Paired with anything, they keep your feet warm and keep you looking stylish. In their new SS17 campaign, the brand are celebrating this diverse consumer by casting 11 creative muses to showcase the new summer-ready styles for the warmer seasons. This Ugg reboot campaign is bold and provocative, otherwise known as; “Real”.
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We’ve discussed that looking good in the nude is easy, right? Well, we’re continuing with that theme and flashing even more flesh. Unusual flesh so to speak, but we’re flashing it all the same; that’s right, we’re talking about the heel and of course the backless loafer. So ladies, if you’re planning on going flat out this season, you’re going to want to get a hold of these beauties. The backless loafer is here and it promises nothing but effortless chic. Read more
The Reebok Freestyle Hi is perhaps the most iconic and recognisable style from the brand, other than the Classic. Think Jane Fonda, think step classes and aerobic workouts, think mom jeans and massive hair – these kicks are 80s gold, and now the Reebok Freestyle Hi is back on the scene and better than ever. Read more
This year we’ve done khaki, we’ve done pastels, and now we’ve come to the conclusion that it’s better to be in the nude. Yes, you read that right. This SS’17, designers have been sending their models down the runway in this delicate hue while street-style fashion gurus are living in their respective skin tones. So, in honour of one of this season’s hottest trends, we have sourced some of our best nudes to get you inspired. Landing fresh on the trainer scene is an array of fleshy pink and beige skin tone kicks that prove even in your every-day casual wear you can still look good in the nude.
We don’t like saying it too often, but y’know? We told you so! Following on from last year’s pastel trend, Spring/Summer 2017 is taking a sugary-sweet turn for yet another year running. The pastel trend continues to dominate the colour chart and yes, although our SS ’17 Campaign promises retro revivals, flourishing florals and the return of the humble pool slide, those powdered hues and sherbet shades are here to stay. Period. Read more
You must know by now that ‘The Sequel’ is referring to the now infamous upgrade on the original All Star, the Converse Chuck Taylor II. The upgrade has now been kicking around for almost 2 years now, and what was possibly the biggest sneaker news of 2015, has now become a fan favourite among those who want to marry up the look and feel of a Chuck Taylor with the comfort of a Nike. So with that in mind, the brand has drafted in two brand ambassadors at the top of their chosen professions – match made in heaven.
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St Patrick’s Day; also known as the one day of the year where you can drink a Guinness with breakfast in the name of patriotism. Yes, somehow somewhere along the line, a humble religious celebration of the Patron Saint of Ireland turned into a giant excuse for a piss up no matter where you came from. While openly exploiting all Irish stereotypes, the world unites to embark upon the sacred St Paddy’s Day pub crawl and if you’re partaking this year, we have compiled a handy guide on how to keep your stylish kicks from getting just as wrecked as you most likely will.
We like to ensure you never miss a trick and lads, this one’ s for you. No, it’s not a pair of Crocs, don’t worry, these are way cooler. Say hello to the quirky Canadian brand, Native Shoes as they land at schuh, serving up some summer freshness for your next adventure. Read more
One thing we can predict with a high level of confidence is that the British spring and summer time will not give us the wall to wall sunshine we want. As much as we may feel we deserve it after enduring what seems like endless months of drab winter weather, the chances are slim. Sorry to be the mongers of doom, but you know, weather.
Another nailed down certainty is that Dr. Martens will always have a cult like group of dedicated fans and we predict that they’re about to gain themselves some new devotees. Read more