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5 MUST-HAVE SUMMER 2019 FOOTWEAR DROPS
The pavements are certainly sizzling this week and that means its time to get your summer kicks in gear. Give your feet and ankles some ventilation by wearing these season appropriate footwear options. We have sneakers which give a nod to Pride month, shoes that will give you a classic Riviera edge and trainers made from ethical rubber.
Step into Summer with Base London’s Felix suede shoes. Guaranteed to elevate any look, the casual sneaker features quality suede uppers and a contemporary contrasting sole unit. Allow your shoes to do the talking and style with dark chinos and a white shirt for a smart casual outfit or style with a classic tee and pale jeans combo for off-duty chic.
Every man’s wardrobe deserves some classic footwear. Sebago’s iconic Docksides boat shoes are an investment ensured to always deliver a trend-led silhouette season on season. Pair with an all-white suit for a stand-out Summer’s cocktail evening look or style with a linen shirt and chino shorts for a classic Riviera look.
Palladium’s Pallaphoenix Pride low-cut sneakers have a clean white silhouette emblazoned with bold flames based on the iconic Pride flag. Celebrating values of freedom, individuality, inclusion, diversity and love, Palladium’s Pallaphoenix Pride supports Terrence Higgins Trust with 10% of sales donated to the charity.
Veja’s focus on sustainability is demonstrated with these white Nova trainers. The low-top silhouette is crafted from canvas with a silkscreen printed red logo on the side, set atop a sole crafted from rubber that's been responsibly sourced from the Amazonian rainforest.
Church's are stepping away from its heritage in classic formal designs such as the Oxford and Brogue, with this take on the world of streetwear titled CH873 sneakers. Imagined with a puzzle of contrast panelling, its sleek profile is detailed with a Union Jack flag to the reverse, signalling its time-tested dedication to unrivalled British craftsmanship.
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