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Step into action with shoes from Loake & more

This #FashionFriday, we’re putting our best foot forward with shoes from some of our favourite brands. With Loake, Azor, Ted Baker and more now taking centre stage on the ground floor of our Chestergate showroom, we can think of no better time to show you some of our top picks for this February.


‘Ted’s quality men’s footwear offers a solution for any occasion. Traditional or contemporary, he’ll ensure the quintessential gent is always well turned out. ‘

The ‘MITACK‘ leather wing cap brogues from Ted Baker are perfect for the modern day snappy dresser. If earth tones are your thing, this ‘go with anything’ deep tan shade is a must-have in your wardrobe.

‘One of our most popular styles, these double monk shoes offer a contemporary look with a sleek formal finish. Easy to slip on and wear with a natural calf lining these shoes do not let down on comfort and ease of fit. Ripon monk strap shoes can help you create a modern look with your formal wardrobe. ‘

If brogues aren’t your thing, we love these classic monk shoes from John White for a simple yet statement look. Pair with an all-black outfit for that modern, sophisticated style.

‘Salmermo – Azor’

Perfect for that country gent vibe, the sand coloured ‘Salmermo’ from Azor is a great choice. Wear with jeans for a dressed down look, or dress them up for the weekend with a pair of smart trousers.

‘Premium suede semi brogue Oxford shoe, Made in England. Fleet features the ‘shadow’ rubber welted sole, for greater longevity and grip, whilst maintaining a slim profile. ‘

For something a little different, these charcoal suede brogues from Loake are a modern take on the classic look. Incredibly versatile and stylish, these shoes can be paired with just about anything and keep you looking sharp.

That’s it for this weeks #FashionFriday. Visit our showroom on Chestergate, Macclesfield to grab your new favourite pair of shoes.

See you soon!

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