Ladies Shoes BiographySource(google.com.pk)
Passion is a hereditary gene that has guided us in over 50 years of creating footwear.
This passion, taste for refined design and artistic sensitivity have remained the same for three generations and still drive us today to search for innovations.
Our story starts in 1958 in Montegranaro, a small town in the Marche Region of Italy, where Piero Giusti put down roots and plants the first seed of a factory that is destined to endure over time. The same tie to his origins compels his son Attilio Giusti to continue down the same road divided between artisanship and couture creating elegant and subtle footwear. The tradition of being a family business continues today with the three daughters of Attilio Giusti joining the company: Sara, Vera and Marianna.
Softness and the attention for a comfortable fit are the priorities for every AGL creation over the last 50 years and 3 generations.
I'm very picky about shoes. I want to put something stylish yet original on my feet without having to suffer hours of pain throughout the day. I have a bit of a hard-to-fit foot due a high instep, but I always manage to find something to suit my mood. I prefer the Rittenhouse store to the Manayunk and South St. locations. I think that all three stores have relatively good selections, but I seem to find my favorites at the Rittenhouse shop. They carry many brands that you won't find at other department or bargain stores: Tsubo, Camper, Everybody, MBT, Naot, Birkenstock, Ugg, and more. It's no secret that alot of their shoes come with a considerable price tag if you're used to stores like Payless or DSW, but I find the brands offered at Benjamin Lovell wear better and last longer than many others I've owned. I've always received prompt, courteous service from the staff members. If they are out of stock in my size, they have never hesitated to try and order what I'm looking for. The sale section is also worthwhile if you're looking for more of a bargain. Benjamin Lovell has become one of the few places where I will shop for shoes. Definitely check them out for wide selection of Dansko and Mephisto shoes, or if you're looking to break out of the mold a bit. Do we really need another pair of Tory Burch flats walking through the city?
I've since contacted the manager who was very apologetic and responsive. He took responsibility and encouraged me to give the store another try by sending me a gift card.
Also in the USA - the cover art of Ghostface Killah's "Ironman" LP has him and other WuTang Clan members Raekwon and Cappadonna posing with pairs of CLarks Wallabees
RfTurpin 338 days ago
Salute away Peter, but if you don't mind I'll not join you. I've been buying shoes now for almost 60 years and this firm's products have gone seriously down in my estimation, some pairs managing to give me wet socks whilst walking on nothing more than a damp pavement. The last pair I got were made in Vietnam - a long way from Street! And their eternal 'Sales'! They rival Debenhams in that specific.
loftytom 338 days ago
Each to their own, I'm about to head out for a stroll in the rain, my active-air lined with goretex have never let me down. Nor for that matter have the brogues and oxfords that I wear to work .
In addition to the alpargata-inspired Classics, TOMS offers a variety of footwear styles for men, women and kids. From everyday men’s shoes like Paseos to fun and flirty Strappy Wedges, we are passionate about both the fashion and compassion we offer.