Posts Tagged ‘shoes’

Dansko’s in the Test Kitchen

Posted by

You may think that the Living test kitchen’s favorite cooking tool is a stand mixer, a wooden spoon, or a silpat. But really, it’s our Dansko shoes. We particularly love the XP Pros; we are able to stand comfortably for hours on end due to their cushy yet unparalleled stability. Each of us has our own [...]

Our Finds: Summer Walking Shoes

Posted by

Running around our office on the concrete floors everyday can be tough on our feet, so we’re always on the lookout for extra-comfortable shoes that we can wear to work. Here are a few staff favorites that fit the bill. These picks are also perfect for long city walks and summer getaways where you’ll be exploring [...]

Our Find: Aigle Boots

Posted by

This spring, I won’t mind if April fulfills the stereotype of ushering in heavy rainfall. In fact, thanks to these Miss Juliette Bottillon boots by Aigle, I welcome wet weather with open arms. Known for its impeccable craftsmanship and reasonable price point, Aigle has been making boots by hand for over 150 years. Founded in [...]

American Made Series: Bryr Clogs

Posted by

All photos by Ryan O’Hara Theisen; makeup by Sarah Graalman using M.A.C. We’ve been so inspired by the small-business owners that we’ve met around the country in the spirit of our American Made initiative. Whether pursuing new side projects or making a total life leap, these makers are responding to a creative pull and transforming their dreams [...]

Rain Boot Round-up

Posted by

Retire your clunky galoshes in favor of a pair of sophisticated puddle-jumpers. Our picks don’t sacrifice waterproof-ness for style — rather, these pairs are practical as well as office-appropriate. You’ll be able to conquer the rain and your “to do” list without missing a step.   Marc by Marc Jacobs Rubber Jelly  Mouse Flat ($135) Le Bunny Bleu Chief [...]

Fashion: Etnies’ “Green” Shoes

Posted by

Feel like you don’t seem exciting enough to your social media followers? Go to the mall with $50 to buy a pair of shoes, and “heading out to help replenish Brazilian rainforest” could be a relatively unscrupulous but not entirely inaccurate tweet or status. For the second year, Etnies is supporting a reforestation project called [...]