Types of Shoes

Buckle

Buckle

Shoes with Buckle (also called \"Monkstrap\") are named after the sandals of the monks of the fifteenth century since its design evokes a closure whose literal translation would be belt or strap monk. It was not until the decade of the 30s of last century to replace the classic

Oxford

Oxford

The Oxford (also called “Balmorals”) is the quintessential English shoe. Its birthplace is Scotland and Ireland in the seventeenth century and it was not until 1830 where they started manufacturing them. 50 years went by, in 1880, they became fashionable in large part by the love and devotion that caught the attention of the students of the Oxford University who managed to re-baptize them unanimously with the name of their university.

Blucher

Blucher

The Blucher (also called “Derby”) born in the early nineteenth century are named after the Prussian general GL von Blucher, whose obsession with the strategy on and off the battlefield provided us with a transgressive shoe with a revolutionary opening allowing greater comfort for the fighter rebels.

Moccasin

Moccasin

The Moccasin (also called “Loafer”) is a US-born shoe singling pragmatic character of the American people with a light and flexible shoe soft and thin skin. Inspired by the native tribes of the Great Lakes and northern Canada fourteenth century.

Indian moccasin: a pair of tassels placed on the instep.

Moccasin “penny loafer”: its center once stood a penny in its ornamentation the center. Hence its name.

Smooth moccasin: the most practical of the three. Its design prevents the pants muddle

Leading variants: 
- single or “plain”
- straight holes or “semi-brogue”
- plain toe with perforated or “full-brogue”

How to take care of shoes?

To achieve what defines a good shoe, with shining and soft skin, a thorough and routine care is a must to allow for that feeling of wearing it for the first time, every time!

In order to obtain these results, it becomes imperative having a brush to remove impurities such as stones or dirt. Also, it is necessary to have a brush for each color - black, brown, white and a neutral (for other colors).

Other key enhancements are creams and polishes. Finally, have a cloth to remove excess polish and a brush with horsehair for polishing and finishing touch to allow for an exquisite look.

How to take care of shoes?
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