Bespoke Shoemakers Of Note
Several of the very best bootmakers seem to be found in Italy and Britain, but the USA is also home to several high quality craftsmen. When it comes to style, choice, comfort and fit, you will not be ...
Alden Shoe Company: of Middleborough Massachusetts was founded in 1884. The company survived the Great Depression and early post war period by focusing on quality rather than cost. By doing so, they are the only New England bespoke shoe manufacturer to have survived from that era. The Alden Shoe Company is still a family owned business with a tradition of unsurpassed quality.
Anello & Davide: have been making shoes since 1922. Creating masterpieces for dancers and actors, they quickly gained a reputation for quality that remains to this day. They have made high heels for Marilyn Monroe, boots for the Beatles and, more recently, their designs are worn by Victoria Beckham and Elton John. They even created Dorothy’s ruby red slippers in the original Wizard of Oz. In 1997 and again in 2001 they made custom footwear for Her Royal Majesty the Queen, as well as the Queen Mother.
The Bootmakers: offer gorgeous ladies boots for this winter. They propose an affordable range of wide and slim calf boots so that everyone can take advantage of bespoke shoes without hassle. Those lovely boots are designed in Chelsea and produced in Europe. It's an excellent shoemaker that differentiates by a convenient online delivery through all the Europe. They deliver your great wide fitting boots to your door in only 28 days.
Edward Green: got their start in 1890 in Northampton, England, making shoes for gentlemen. Their tag line is “The finest shoes in England for the discerning few.” One visit to their store on Jermyn Street will tell you everything you need to know.
Salvatore Ferragamo: is a classic Italian design house that has won two Neiman Marcus Awards for their creations. Begun in the mid 1920s, Salvatore Ferragamo now boasts stores all over the world.
You can’t go wrong with a visit to any of these manufacturers. You shouldn’t be disappointed. By no means is this an exhaustive list, but these do represent a great place to begin your hunt for the perfect pair of boots this winter.
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