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The Latest Autumn Shoe Trends for Everyone

with Bakers Shoes & More

Autumn is here, and with-it cooler mornings and darker evenings, but don’t let that stop you from stepping out in the latest styles and colours.

Baker’s Shoes is renowned for staying on top of the popular fashions when it comes to boots, shoes and handbags, and this season is no different. Despite importers and suppliers being unable to source product like they traditionally do due to Covid, it hasn’t stopped Baker’s Shoes owner Fiona from acquiring an amazing range of autumn/winter styles that are coming in daily.

The ever popular black and navy is joined this season with maroon, a range of tans and the earthy tones of mustard that compliment a wide range of outfits. Textures are strong with animal prints still popular and many styles are this season embellished with leather randing. And for those who are looking for a bit of fun, sparkles and bling can pickup the suns sparkle on those crisp but glorious Autumnal days.

With such a strong history in the Waiuku area, it is no surprise that family-owned Bakers Shoes is the place to go for the whole family, with a wide range of top-of-line quality products ranging from toddler’s shoes, a top range of gorgeous boots for 5-10 year old girls, handbags and accessories, through to men and women's casual to dress footwear.

The “athleisure” look continues with white soled leather sneakers and boots, and one of the good thing to come out of all the European lockdowns, is the huge range of slippers that is now available, including a new expanded range from BS&M with extra comfort for those longer days at home, or for those needing a more supportive footbed.

With a combined experience in footwear of over 50 year’s Baker’s Shoes & More offer expertise and honest and respectful service. Ample nearby parking ensures stressless and enjoyable retail therapy.

To find out more, visit www.bakersshoes.co.nz, call the friendly team at (09) 235 8507, or visit the store at 8 Kitchener Road at the centre of Waiuku’s CBD.

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