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Just because it’s summer, doesn’t mean you have to traipse around city streets in flip-flops. This selection of urban-hip styles from a cut-out wedge sandal to a lace-up boot have enough edge to keep you looking cool but are crafted with comfort in mind. The result? Easy options to pair with short shorts or a summer dress without sacrificing an ounce of street cred.
About Farylrobin: Farylrobin lifts a woman’s sense of confidence, blending fresh design and comfort with unexpected colors that let today’s woman express herself.
Trendsetting dressers looking to punctuate their wardrobe with edgy shoes will love the tough buckle hardware and contrasting textures of this collection from Ash Shoes. Top styles here include platform clogs and strappy sandals, both of which are fresh for summer and fun to pair with shorts or dresses.
Sigerson Morrison shoes represent quality, both in design and materials. Braided raffia, leather cutouts and metallic accents are just some of the features that distinguish this collection. Pair pointy neon flats with skinny jeans for fun work attire, or bold wedges with shorts for flirty weekend style.
Founded in 2000, Marshall Artist has quickly become one of the UK’s most beloved menswear brands. Using its own ISO certified manufacturing plant in Vietnam, the result is well-made apparel that you’ll go to time and again. Try the burnt orange stovepipe jeans for summer strolls or a carpenter pocket tee for lounging on the weekend.
If you’re the kind of guy that desires both sophistication and laid-back cool in your closet, Brent Wilson offers the perfect utilitarian mix. Both trim and tailored, these practical menswear basics are worth the investment. Our must-haves: A striped double pocket shirt with an indigo bow tie, a winning combination for work, parties and beyond.
About Brent Wilson: Ever since launching his self-titled menswear line in 2003 at only 23, Brent Wilson has secured his place within the fashion elite. After starting at Volcom, Brent worked for Australian designer Wayne Cooper where he gained the exposure and passion for menswear that he continues to have today.