My Shoe Collection, 80544 from Carmina

Carmina is the first Spanish shoe factory to challenge British shoe brands, although before it, there were brands like Yanko, which once dominated Spain. After the renaissance of classic men’s clothing, most audiences and online discussions to the Spanish shoemaker is Carmina. Post Views: 333

My Shoe Collection, a.testoni

The highest collection of a.testoni is the feather marked on the sole and the main feature is Norwegese construction. Norwegese is time-consuming, durable, and aesthetically rougher than Goodyear. Italians are quite extreme, either the thinnest or the thickest. Moving down is the black label, the mid-range, the feature is Bolognese construction. Then red label which

My Shoe Collection, Santoni

Santoni cannot be regarded as classic shoe brand any longer as it moves aggressively in high fashion. But for some experienced shoe lovers, Santoni still stands for very good quality shoes. I love reading comments from these forerunners, and generated strong interest with Santoni. Santoni has two collections admired by shoe enthusiast community, one is

My Shoe Collection, Sahara 3 from Church’s

The desert boots are the second pair of boots for men right after Chelsea boots. Under today’s wave of casualization, the more relaxed desert boots are more suitable for overall outfits, and the shoes themselves will not give people the delicate and sharp feeling of Chelsea when viewed separately. The originator of desert boots, Desert

My Shoe Collection A2127 from Lottusse

Lottusse is a shoe factory in Spain with great heritage, the year 1877 under the trademark is not false. In the 90s, Yanko was the super master of Spanish shoemaking, and now Carmina and Meermin under the Pujas family are in full swing. TLB Mallorca is also unstoppable. With some many competitors and newcomers, Lottusse

My Shoe Collection, Loafer from Brooks Brothers

For people who like dress shoes, what will come to mind when mentioning Brooks Brothers’ shoes? Naturally it’s the very historical brand, Peal & Co, bought back from the UK which was a bespoke shoemaker and released ready to wear collection made by Crockett & Jones. Without Peal & Co logo on sock lining, there