The Glove Shoe

The shoe that has been around for quite some time now and no doubt will be for a while. Martiniano Lopez, shoemaker, and designer first established his hand-made shoe line in 2012 and has caught many hearts since. 

For someone who represents a minimal style would dearly appreciate such a flexible shoe that can be worn on many occasions, or daily like I would. The shoe represents professionalism, while still keeping appearances casual on any given day. I love raw-hemmed vintage denim, primarily, then I recruit straight to footwear. Lastly, a shirt that tones it at all down perfectly. 

The shoe is without a doubt a dent of an investment, though is guaranteed to last with features of being hand-made and finished with a rubber-like cap to prevent wear on the heel. I love a loafer style like this, preferably vintage though I find the heel of the shoe wares too easily, only providing a few successful months of sustainable style. 

This shoe, as well as other styles by Lopez, don't lean heavily towards gender categorization, though there are some heel styles for her and more classified loafers for him. 

This shoe is sold at many boutiques and retailers across the globe and online, though you can find this lovely shoe at shops like Maryam Nassir Zadeh, NeedSupply and Totokaelo

Like I, you may find yourself swooning over a shoe, though costs more than an average investment so you may resort to an alternative, I would highly recommend COS.

photo courtesy of needsupply.

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