High Heels, Flats and Men’s Shoes

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High Heels, Flats and Men’s Shoes

We’re an equal opportunity on-line mag so we cater, from time to time, for the men in your lives; the men for whom you like to buy gifts and set on the right fashion track. Well here’s your chance to provide a gift or advice as we feature high heels, flats AND men’s shoes.

But first, some new season high heels from retailers we love – Mode Collective, Shouz.com.au and Wanted Shoes. The high heels for Spring are AWESOME and I’m pretty sure I need all of them. Sigh! So here’s a little video to put you in the love mood with high heels and wedges in exciting designs, stylish colours and relaxed embellishments.

Oh I love soaking up all those high heels. See what I mean? You could blow your annual clothes budget just on shoes, right?

So, to the interlude where we talk about men’s shoes for a sec. But these are men’s shoes with a difference. Mere is a progressive leather footwear & accessories label based in Sydney. Fuelled by a love for design, art, fashion & leather the label produces high quality lifestyle accessories, made by hand & with the individual in mind. (Did you see their  wonderfully worn-look backpacks in Black and Mud featured on Makeup Files.com.au)

MERE –  ‘FROM THE GROUND UP’

Raising awareness for those that call the streets their home comes Mere’s SS14 conscious collection, ‘From the ground up’. Designed as a strong and masculine range that is built to last the test of time,  the range boasts classic styles as well as introducing woven features. Made with full grained buttery leathers in a variety of burnished finishes and textures, the collection is hand crafted with an artisanal touch to achieve the pre-loved look for which the label is known.

Being a conscious collection, Mere is donating $5.00 from every pair that is sold from the SS14 range to Youth Off The Streets. This is in conjunction with the release of a ‘From the Ground Up’, a photographic memoir and documentation of Sydney’s homeless situation by James Noakes.
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Grab a pair (or two) for your man and he’ll not only look super stylish, in a street style kind of way, you’ll also be supporting a very worthy cause. Available now from Mere.

And for some women high heels are a worthy cause, and I can’t say I disagree. I am so taken with the latest high heels from Mode Collection it’s almost embarrassing. And he range features equally stylish flats. Whatever the occasion, you’ll find more than one or two pairs of shoes from Mode Collective that you MUST HAVE!

THE MODE COLLECTIVE

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 SHOUZ.COM.AU – and at Norwood and Hyde Park, South Australia

And if that isn’t enough, Shouz is celebrating it’s 35th year of retail in Adelaide. One of my fave shoe stores, you can always rely on Shouz to have a comprehensive selection of shoes for any occasion. Whether it’s a day at the beach or a day at the races, Shouz has the shoes. Here is just a selection of their high heels, which includes wedges, plus a different selection of sandals and flats, perfect for the hot days and maxi dresses to come. See their selection on-line or visit them in Norwood and Hyde Park.

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That’s a lot of choice, so plan your wardrobe, decide what you need, consider your lifestyle – then go shopping. And if you need MORE inspiration, see Killer High Heels with Mary-Kyri designs and Wanted Shoes here on Makeup Files.

Do you have some shoe favourites? What about Spring Racing Carnival, what will you wear? Given your lifestyle, what are some of your favourite shoes for which occasion? We’d love to hear from you.

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