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Tag: local shoes
For the purposes of this shopping list, we'll be defining "slippers" as any pair that plausibly resembles slippers, and has all the best features of slippers: 1) Airy, 2) extremely comfortable, and 3) so easy to put on that you can shut
Shoe brand Annie & Lori just launched "Piliin mo ang Pilipinas", a new collection focused on championing the "global Filipino".
Local footwear label Annie & Lori has been in the business since 2015, and since then, they haven't stopped upholding local craftsmanship by way of their chic, functional, and distinctly Filipina designs. Just ask style mavens among the likes of Kelsey Merritt,
In late 2020, Marikina Shoe Gallery, the main hub for Marikina-based shoemakers and home of the world’s largest shoes, (as certified by the Guiness Book of World Records in 2002) closed down. The closure took place just weeks after parts of NCR,
These pairs are made of genuine leather!
Nothing says home sweet home like kicking off our outside shoes and slipping into a less-restricting pair of slippers. Whether yours are the fuzzy kind or a humble pair of flip flops, it hardly matters, as long as they're comfortable.That said, now that many of
These homegrown brands prove that the local footwear industry is on the rise.
When it comes to fashion, there's no doubt that Filipinos possess a flair for new trends and movements. The local footwear scene in particular has seen an upsurge in the number of small businesses, thanks to young and up-and-coming entrepreneurs who acknowledge
A gentleman never compromises quality.
Since the 1950s, Marikina has been known for having the best handcrafted and export-quality shoes. And thanks to the efforts of young entrepreneurs who have built brands that support the town's local artisans, Marikina's shoe industry remains alive today—dare we say it's thriving,
You might see a similar pattern on your grandma's vintage home pieces.
We're just inches away from entering 2020 and you're probably already thinking about new ways to revamp your wardrobe and shoe rack for the New Year. A great way to start is by shopping more homegrown brands with unique pieces you won't
Filipino-made Balthazar shoes boast topnotch quality at surprisingly low prices.
Leather shoes seem to be divided into two classes these days: top-quality leather shoes that are also quite expensive and affordable leather shoes that are easily damaged after a few months. Why can't there be something in between? That's exactly what Altina
After all, their brand name "Tazanna" means princess.
In a sea of Instagram shoe stores vying for shoppers' attention, Tazanna prefers to keep it simple. Their footwear offerings bear a quiet force anchored on familiar designs and bolstered with expert local craftsmanship. They believe that shoes don't need to choose between comfort
The local shoe industry is thriving and these stores are proof.
Our history and heritage are proof that Filipinos are creative people with a keen eye on craftsmanship, especially when it comes to shoemaking. But with the influx of imported footwear options made available on the market, our locally handcrafted pairs are struggling
Espadrilles are back, and Tejida will make you want to wear them all day!
Sofia Daez, Timi Fandiño, Diane Ong, and Mara San Pedro, are four university students who were simply looking for a pair of comfy sandals that's both stylish and versatile. When they couldn't find one that suited their taste, they decided to make
Proudly local and quality-made!
If you're looking for new footwear that can be delivered straight to your doorstep, try shopping at these local online shoe stores for easy browsing and ordering in the comforts of your own home! Choose from an eclectic selection of stylish, handmade