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City Loafers | Be Comfy & Still Look Haute.

City Loafers City Loafers | Be Comfy & Still Look Haute.

Traveling to and from locations by foot in a large city can be rather difficult, especially for a working woman. You want to appear professional and fashionable without giving up your comfort. At the same time, you don’t want to sacrifice your dignity by wearing something unfashionable.

When you hear the word loafers, you probably think of something that your grandmother wears and by no means would be acceptable to wear out of the house, no less a workplace. We’ll don’t judge a book by it’s cover. City loafers may redefine the way you think about the shoe.

Many different designers, such as Charles Philip, Donald J Pliner and SWIMS have all put out their own creative versions of loafers, each with their own unique take on the trending shoe design.

SWIMS designs water-resistant loafers that can be worn in a variety of different ways. From the beach to office, SWIMS loafers will supply your pup’s with the necessary breathing room they need throughout they day. You can even put them in the washing machine (in cold water) to clean them up, so you can laugh to yourself while other women try to tip toe around puddles to avoid ruining their expensive pumps.

Charles Philip decided to have a Chinese cobbler create his first loafer after being inspired by his favorite pattern. The design? Blue and white stripes. Phillips currently, along with the assistance of his best friend Sheila Pitigala, work with a team of shoe cobblers to continue creative wonderful pieces.

Donald Pliner is known for his eye for detail, color, and design. He fully supports the idea of being comfortable in a shoe and believes that if you are uncomfortable in your shoes, you will be uncomfortable in other aspects of your life. In his Fall 2012 collection he takes classic boots and high heels and makes them into masterpieces that are completely bearable to walk in.

To learn more visit: Donald Pliner , Charles Philip and SWIMS.

– Kate Bunster

City Loafers | Be Comfy & Still Look Haute.

City Loafers City Loafers | Be Comfy & Still Look Haute.

Traveling to and from locations by foot in a large city can be rather difficult, especially for a working woman. You want to appear professional and fashionable without giving up your comfort. At the same time, you don’t want to sacrifice your dignity by wearing something unfashionable.

When you hear the word loafers, you probably think of something that your grandmother wears and by no means would be acceptable to wear out of the house, no less a workplace. We’ll don’t judge a book by it’s cover. City loafers may redefine the way you think about the shoe.

Many different designers, such as Charles Philip, Donald J Pliner and SWIMS have all put out their own creative versions of loafers, each with their own unique take on the trending shoe design.

SWIMS designs water-resistant loafers that can be worn in a variety of different ways. From the beach to office, SWIMS loafers will supply your pup’s with the necessary breathing room they need throughout they day. You can even put them in the washing machine (in cold water) to clean them up, so you can laugh to yourself while other women try to tip toe around puddles to avoid ruining their expensive pumps.

Charles Philip decided to have a Chinese cobbler create his first loafer after being inspired by his favorite pattern. The design? Blue and white stripes. Phillips currently, along with the assistance of his best friend Sheila Pitigala, work with a team of shoe cobblers to continue creative wonderful pieces.

Donald Pliner is known for his eye for detail, color, and design. He fully supports the idea of being comfortable in a shoe and believes that if you are uncomfortable in your shoes, you will be uncomfortable in other aspects of your life. In his Fall 2012 collection he takes classic boots and high heels and makes them into masterpieces that are completely bearable to walk in.

To learn more visit: Donald Pliner , Charles Philip and SWIMS.

– Kate Bunster

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