We are all faced with the question of what to wear on dress down Friday. What better way to start the weekend than by slipping into a pair of Anatomic & Co’s new Guto, a beautifully hand-crafted brogue boot with elasticated Chelsea boot style panels. Or why not opt for a colourful Tucano in navy suede. The options are endless at Anatomic & Co – a shoe to suit any outfit. So head to www.anatomicshoes.com to pick your ideal pair!
Style and fashion blog, Diary of a Clothes Horse has featured Anatomic & Co’s beautiful new Jardins. Echoing the brand’s commitment to fair trade, Diary of a Clothes Horse has emphasised the ethical nature of the boot. See below for the full feature…
Now that Spring seems to be making an appearance, make sure you head to Anatomic & Co for the perfect wardrobe fix. With a large variety of footwear and accessories to accompany any outfit choice, Anatomic & Co is the ideal destination for that Spring pick-me-up! Choose from Anatomic & Co’s beautiful hand-made desert boot, the Colorado – opt for the Suede Tangerine colour for an instant bright fix. For a more eco-friendly approach, Anatomic & Co have recently introduced the Jardins with its recycled sole! Alternatively for a distinctively smart yet casual feel, go for the newly introduced Tucano – a stunning brogue, with intricate stitch detailing, made from soft suede and leather.
Anatomic & Co are excited to announce the introduction of the Tucano to their beautifully hand-crafted footwear collection. The Tucano is a brogue, hand-made using Anatomic & Co’s England Rubber Gel Sole. The main body of the shoe is made from soft suede and premium leather with intricate stitch detailing. The Tucano is available in a range of colours, including, Navy Suede, Cognac Toast and Tobacco Suede.
Anatomic & Co is excited to introduce a new style to their ever-expanding footwear portfolio, the Jardins. Having a strong commitment to fair-trade as well as social and environmental issues, Anatomic & Co has purposely sourced ethical suppliers as is evident in the story of the Jardins. The company behind the manufacture of the sole is keenly motivated by environmental issues, and recycles all of the factory waste and leftover components. The sole is created using scraps of rubber, eliminating waste and enabling full economical use of all fabrics used in the making of the shoe. The final product is of beautifully crafted and eco-friendly footwear in the form of an on-trend Desert boot.