A couple of weeks ago the Herring Fencote was discussed on the fashion in a flash blog by the 22 yr old fashion student know as fashioninaflashboi who blogs aboutÂ clothes, brands, luxury items, and architecture.
We love his thoughts on how you should wear the shoes –
…would look great paired with a houndstooth suit as well as jeans and a more casual shirt.
Our friends over at Recognise magazine have featured some of our shoes again. Don’t forget that RecogniseÂ promote lifestyle with a conscience so head on over and take a look as any good we can do while living a lifestyle that gives back is great for all of us.
Oh and Â you can also find an article where Recognise talk to one of our favourite people Theo Paphitis.
Herring shoes pop up in Live Magazine on a regular basis and Dylan Jones recently wrote a great piece about stars who dress with panache. When it comes to politics he recommends our leaders dress well and of course wear a pair of quality stylish shoes, in this case a pair of our Gladstone brogues.
Simon Brooke (an award-winning journalist who writes about men’s fashion and style as well as travel, food, business and the luxury sector) has just written his ultimate guide to mens fresh autumn style on the MSN him website.Â Unsurprisingly Herring Shoes featured with ourÂ Buckingham brogue taking center stage.
Simon wrote ‘This Buckingham brogue is a sophisticated full brogue shoe subtly combining chestnut calf and grain leathers to create an elegant and individual shoe’.
Just recently we were featured as the kind of shoes the FYI Blog author thinks every man should have.
‘Every man should have that one pair of quality heritage shoes. I’m not talking a nice pair from the high street either, I’m talking about that one special pair you don’t take out every day, the pair attentively constructed using superior craftsmanship, materials and designs.Â Herring Shoes are a brand offering just that, in the form of their Premier Collection.’
Brad goes on to talk about and show some of our Premier Collection shoes such as the Fencote, the Gladstone, and the Buckingham.