There’s little worse than getting yourself a new pair of boots, you slip them on for the first time and go a jaunt about the town. What a time you had, looking great in your new boots, except from that blister you’ve now got yourself. No matter how many times it’s happened, you would never see it coming. What the real problem here is not knowing how to break them in – that’s where we come in with our handy guide on how to break in those new boots of yours.
“Wait? What’s London Fashion Week Men’s?” I hear you ask. “I thought the guy’s stuff was called London Collections: Men?” You’re correct, it was. And now it’s been changed to LFWM’s ‘cause the male population are really into their threads. And you know what they really like to wear with their threads? Converse.
So you’ve set yourself a New Year’s Resolution to get fit, good for you. But let’s face it, on the chance you fall off the fitness bandwagon and cancel your gym membership after a month, you don’t want to be left with a pair of expensive, high-tech (and let’s face it, ugly) trainers.
We always wonder why people get so worked up about New Year’s Eve. It’s really only a party to celebrate last year’s calendar. Yes, we’re bummed Christmas is over, yes, we’re sad the Christmas tree needs to be put away but the fun doesn’t quite stop just yet. This is your chance to have one last blowout and bring in the New Year in style – whatever that may be. So cut the drama, go where you want, wear what you like. Just remember have fun and make good choices. Our handy New Year’s Eve schuh-vival guide should help advise you to make the right decisions.
2016 has been a great year for fashion. It’s hard to define the look of a year before it’s even done, but this year has definitely been on of revivals and throw-backs. We’ve seen sweet updates of our favourite retro runners – with sneakers like the Reebok Classic coming back into the game. It’s also been ALL ABOUT the 90s, with girls trading in clutch bags for mini back-packs, wearing grungy straight-leg jeans and chokers becoming the accessory of choice. While it’s been good, a new year is upon us, so we want to help you be prepared for 2017 by taking a look at the trends that will be informing our purchases. Here’s our run-down of the 2017 trends to inspire your footwear choices. Read more
If Hollywood starlets of the ‘50s rocked ‘em, we’re 100% game. From furry flats to fluffy sandals, the glamorous marabou shoe has been reinterpreted for modern day by everyone from Givenchy to Dolce & Gabbana for 2016. Ladies (and gents – we don’t judge), it’s time to go fluff yourself.
Despite their name suggesting they would be best suited trekking through sand in the heat; desert boots are one of those staple pieces of footwear that will work for all seasons, even those nippy months when you’re smuggling peanuts. Sturdy, warm and are sweet with a whole range of looks. So let us give you the rundown on why you need to have a pair of dezzie’s in your collection.
Let’s face it, this year has been pretty bleak. After a spell of disastrous events, many people have even deemed 2016 the worst year ever. But here at schuh, we like to see the silver linings – to focus on the good stuff. And when it comes to shoes, there’s been some really good stuff. We’ve seen classic trainer revivals, major throw-backs, new ‘it’ shoes and a whole host of trends. Have a read as we run you through the most hyped shoes of the year. Read more
Ever felt reluctant to get out of your slippers and into your shoes? Most days? Yeah, us too. Now that the cold weather is upon us, the struggle to step out of our cosy kicks is even more real. Seeing as it’s not really acceptable to wear your slippers to work, it seems logical that you shouldn’t be wasting your time on bad slippers when you can wear them. We’ve put a selection of our favourites through their paces to create a handy slippers tried and tested guide, so you can forget squished down soles and freezing cold toes.