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Style Guide: Spring Favourites

Spring is now in full swing, and although we can’t enjoy it as we usually would, there’s still the option of wearing your new shoes in the garden or on that one form of exercise you’re allowed to do a day – however, we wouldn’t recommend cycling or running in a pair of Oxfords.  

For spring, it’s usually the more relaxed, casual styles that people tend to go for unless of course, you have some formal occasions to attend... maybe not this spring but hopefully next.  

Here at Quarter & Last, we have a wide range of styles to suit the warmer months, with something available for everyone. Below we have listed our favourite spring styles from each of our luxury footwear brands.  

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Loake Tan Cobra Derby Brogues - £180.00 

With their light viper EVA rubber sole, this instantly gives the Loake Cobra a more casual and contemporary feel. The Goodyear welted construction offers high levels of comfort when wearing with the added cushioning from the chunky sole. Featuring tan pull up leather uppers, the Derby shoes opt for a full wingtip design due to the style of the brogue punching. Pair with jeans or chinos for a spring setup.  


Barker Antique Rosewood/Navy Suede Emerson Oxford Shoes - £183.75 

New for spring/summer, the Barker Emerson takes inspiration from the popular McClean style. Crafted from premium European calf leather, the shoes feature a Goodyear welted construction, giving comfort and class in one shoe. With two-tone uppers, this gives the shoes a modern feel with navy suede accents upon the traditional antique rosewood leather. Pair with some formal trousers for a spring/summer business look.  


Sebago Blue Navy Clovehitch Boat Shoes - £130 

 The perfect slip on shoe for spring/summer, the Sebago Clovehitch opts for a boat shoe style upper with an athleisure footbed and sole. Combining the two styles creates numerous benefits such as the added comfort from the removable and moulded EVA footbed and full-length blown PU cushioned midsoles, which provides high levels of shock absorptionCreating a sock-like fit around the foot, the slip on style gives you that ultimate sporty, spring feel. 


Cheaney Grain Mahogany Jackie III R Boots - £365 

Due to its three-eyelet lacing system, a Chukka is a casual ankle boot that works well with jeans or other slim-line trousers. Featuring a Goodyear welted chunky dainite rubber sole and heel, the Jackie 111 boots offer an elevated feel with high levels of protection and comfort with the addition of rubber studs. Finished in a mahogany grain leather, this allows you to play with earthy tones when styling. 

R.M. Williams Suede Comfort Craftsman Chelsea Boots - £375

The R.M. Williams Comfort Craftsman opts for spring approach with their suede chocolate uppers. Fitted with a Goodyear welted rubber sole, the boots are comfortable for spring days out – when we’re allowed out – and convenient for daily wear. Featuring traditional Chelsea boot characteristics, your pull tabs and sole are finished off with the signature R.M logo. 


Tricker’s Stow Dark Brown 5634/69 Dainite Derby Brogue Boots - £445

As part of the new museum leather range, the Tricker’s Stow has been updated for 2020 with dark brown soft polishing uppersGreat for all-round stability and grip, the rubber studs within dainite sole add extra protection on uneven surfaces. And, if you’re thinking ‘boots for spring?yes, it’s not the warmest here in the North East. 


Jeffery-West Crust Brown Hunger 'Blood' Double Monk Strap Shoes - £290 


One of the more formal styles suited to spring, the Jeffery-West Hunger ‘Blood feature double straps with buckle fastening. As a modern dress shoe, they are built from a Goodyear welted leather construction with rubber studs for extra grip. Contrasting red welt stitching matches the luxurious red leather interior and signature Jeffery-West red sole, giving the shoes high-class accordance. 


Shop our spring styles today and add give yourself something to look forward to.


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