Following upon Part 1 of an ongoing series about shoes on sale that will blow your mind, here are today’s sweetest finds:
1. Church’s New York leather brogues: Oh yes, I had to pinch myself twice to make sure that these Church’s leather brogues are now priced at $187. In my mind, shoes by Church’s, the epitome of luxury and quality, usually set common folks like me at least around several hundreds but they are, for once, very much within our reach thanks to some pretty steep discounts on Matchesfashion. If you are in the market for a pair of suede brogues that is easy to wear, looks beautifully understated and stays relevant year after year, this chocolate-brown pair which is made in England from the finest materials and features almond rather than round toe is the perfect cost-approachable choice. You are going to look good whether you team it with jeans or trousers. Remember: after 50% markdown, you only have to shell out $187 for a pair of Church’s.
2. Pierre Hardy Velvet trim suede desert boots: According to a recently published article on Financial Times, velvet is clearly enjoying something of a renaissance because it feels “seductive to wear”, has an “overriding sex appeal”, and can be “cosy when worn in the daytime, but can also have a James Bond macho swagger if worn with attitude at night”. Such arousing words have sent me on the quest to find some velvet for my closet. And there is a contender right there and then. These Pierre Hardy deep-burgundy suede desert boots with a forest-green velvet trimmed top edge will first and foremost keep you warm (readers from the western hemisphere, it’s been cold, right?) and put you in the holiday spirit. Best to wear with dark blue jeans and a well-fitted overcoat for a casual elegance look. Again, after 50% markdown, they are yours for only $187. Too good to pass, seriously.