…and the rest of this week’s Shoes News
Marks & Spencer launches a vegan shoe range
This week, and due to popular demand from search terms on its website, Marks & Sparks launched its range of vegan footwear. It’s actually something it has been doing for a while, but didn’t want to shout about it until it had triple checked all of its supply chain – glues and materials and anything else involved in making each style – so it could be 100% sure it could confidently call the range vegan. There will be a lot more launching throughout the year, but for now the best way to find the range online is to type ‘vegan footwear’ into the search bar. In store, you’ll see a logo on the soles of the shoes, too.
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New website discovery: Boozt.com
Shoe The Bear AGDA boots, €87.48 reduced from €174.95 (boozt.com)
I spend a large portion of my life talking to you lot on Instagram about where to buy hiking boots. And the hunt for a pair of pink Shoe The Bear AGDAs has been top of the agenda this week. So thank you to those of you who alerted me to the existence of boozt.com – a website dedicated to Danish brands which still has a few pairs left in navy and pink, as well as loads of other lovely stuff at discounted prices.
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My exclusive discount code for this amazing personalised bag
Say What You C sheepskin style tote, £85 (saywhatyouc.com)
[AD] When Say What You C got in touch to alert me to their bag that looks like it has massive hiking laces for handles, I was THRILLED, as you can imagine. I LOVE it. It’s made from the softest faux sheepskin fleece, with a bold tartan exterior and two different sets of ‘laces’, much like the trick I’ve been trying in my boots with my extensive collection of hiking laces. You can also get it personalised with your initials, in six different colour options, including the yellow you see here (predicatable, moi?!). To get 15% off your purchase, simply enter the code ENBROGUE at checkout.