These Ten Shoes Helped Us Through The Polar Blast
Snow fell across Australia last week meaning it’s never been a better time to step back, appreciate and shop the range of new transeasonal shoes in store at Peter Sheppard.
Our Collection features dainty sandals and open-toed heels, it also includes a wide range of closed-in styles perfect for when you’re not quite sure what the weather wants to do. Feel good and look good knowing Peter Sheppard’s buying team has carefully handpicked the styles below with the warmth and security of your feet in mind.
Early settlers in Australia valued moccasins for what they were: protective footwear that’s additionally snug and warm, moulding easily to the foot size. Over 200 years later, not much has changed and moccasins continue to be a best-selling style at Peter Sheppard. Waldlaufer’s wide-fitting Wynward, the narrow-fitting Lorbeck by Loggia and Thierry Rabotin’s Taree are just a few shoes we promise will bring you warmth and comfort until the sunshine stays.
The slip-on is our shoe of choice for cool days replete with comfort. For those Peter Sheppard customers looking for stylish shoes that still provide some protection for your feet, we suggest you marvel at Arche’s Drick or the ever-classic Naomi by Munro. They're wardrobe essentials you won't want to be without this season.
They’re the clever choice for the well-dressed woman and the acceptable choice when the need arises for a smart pair of shoes with laces. If your mind races at the thought of leather laser-cut stars, don’t bypass a gorgeous pair of Ara lace-ups, made in a D-fit. Print suede meets mesh in Zhuri by Beautifeel and to round out a trio of casual shoes sure to keep your feet feeling fabulous, Haile by Hispanitas is another best-selling transeasonal style.
Porta Rossa, a brand exclusive to Peter Sheppard, has crafted a stunning shoe in Malina. Available in a B-fit, Malina sits side-by-side Candis, a Callaghan lace-up sporting perforated leather in navy blue or silver.
Whether it’s moccasins, slip-ons or lace-ups you choose to slide on until the cooler weather subsides, Peter Sheppard’s collection has Australia’s widest range from around the world.