Established in 1985 and renowned as being a well known designer in Britain, Emma Hope sells a wide collection of original and simple, yet intricately designed shoes for all occasions including weddings.
I think there just never can be enough shoe boutiques in this town and as a shoe maniac I usually pop in every one I see. The last time I headed for to Emma Hope Shoes when I was looking for a perfect pair of boots.
That is exactly what defines their style. Perfect classic well made designs. I would not go if I were looking for a killer pair of party high heels. You get my picture. Even for...more
A step-up from Russell & Bromley... this shop reflects traditional English values as far as British footwear goes. The shoes are well-made; undeniably good quality. This shop is the middle ground for mature and younger trendy shoppers - you probably would enter this shop looking for something for your mom (classic loafers, boots, pumps) and just might leave with something for yourself...more
Part of me is fascinated by Emma Hope Shoes, the other part finds the shop too conservative and dated. Maybe part of that is due to a similar divide in the collections.
You firstly have the Emma Hope take on Converse. Immensely comfortable, available in velvet, crocodile, low, medium or high top. Then you have the bridal slippers: pastel, beaded, pointed toes and kitten heels. Glance the...more
You are looking for gorgeous shoes?
Forget Manolo or Jimmy.
That's the place! They have everyday court shoes, but also to die for evening numbers.
It's not cheap £200ish but it will last. Make sure your boyfriend knows this place.Sales are great to add to your collection ( I already have 12 pairs)
Great wedding shoes as well.
Staff are great and approachable!
PS : men's...more