Our Patricia Nash shoes picks of the week

We picked some vibrant beautiful pieces from the Patricia Nash brand. Have a look and learn a bit about this brand.

About this brand: The quintessential embodiment of style, form and function, Patricia Nash Designs creates handbags, accessories, and footwear that are made of beautiful leathers and constructed with vintage hand-craftsmanship and detailing. Each Patricia Nash product is a unique work of art, crafted and finished with signature techniques. Patricia Nash products come with a lifetime guarantee against manufacturer’s defects and offer an amazing value for the quality and exceptional attention to detail. The company was founded in 2010 by the designer Patricia Nash who was inspired by memories of international travel and discoveries made along the way.
 


Drawing on her extensive travels, personal style, and vast knowledge of accessories, Patricia Nash provides simple silhouettes with quality materials and a reserve of rich, often antiquated details. Each bag is a uniquely exquisite work of art, hand-dyed, hand-cut, and hand-sewn, with hand-burned edges and accoutered with a hand-embossed logo.
 


Focusing on the fashion essentials of style, form, and function, Patricia Nash handbags are made with love and are built to last.

For any questions or inquiries feel free to comment below.

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Walk Handmade shoes

Walk by Anat Dahari

Anat Dahari, the founder of Walk Handmade Shoes, studied Architecture at the renowned Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. During her studies she discovered a love for shoe design and after graduating she pursued her passion and studied the art of footwear craftsmanship from local tradesmen. Anat’s architectural background influences her design aesthetic, resulting in geometrical shapes for the person who seeks a classic and timeless look with simple and clean elegance.

If you are a fan like we are and like what you see and would like to purchase, then visit them Here.

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Sergio Tomani Handmade Spanish shoes

We are presenting a blast from the past for us, meaning finding this shoe brand again was so nostalgic for me that I could taste it.

Sergio Tomani was one of the shoe brands that I used to drool over in my teenage years while visiting the only store in my city who carried them which was dudes boutique on South street in Philadelphia,Pa.

I am so happy to see that they are still going strong and have kept the same aesthetic that makes them unique and grungy in my opinion.

If you would like to see more of their collection visit the site here.

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Styling with Mira Mikati and Thaqafah Shoes

Clothing designer (Mira Mikati) : Shop Here

Shoes (Thaqafah Shoes) : Shop Here

Outfit of the day: Thaqafah Shoes paired with Lindex Apparel

Styling #Thaqafah #shoes pale blue and green #woven slip ons with @babba.c fashion blogger outfit of the day teal velour sweater and teal pleated skirt by @lindexofficial #Lindex was a perfect blend of colors.

Blogger: https://www.instagram.com/babba.c/

Outfit: https://www.instagram.com/lindexofficial/

Shoes: https://www.etsy.com/shop/Thaqafah

Tunisia has got it going on folks

Soooooo, turns out that Tunisia also has babouche that they produce as well. I have to tell you that these nations have some of the flyest footwear in the world. Right up there with Turkey, Spain, India,Italy, Portugal, and Mexico, in my shoe making masters book.

The designer world has been scoping and copying these styles for years, and it’s time to introduce them to the world at large for who and what they are and come from.

That is what Thaqafah is all about, aiding the artisans of these countries to bring the old with a new modern twist, along with keeping the shoes trendy without compromising tradition and quality.
Love love these shoes (la sigh).

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