Toms Shoes One for One

I like Toms'  philosophy, you buy one pair of their shoes and they will give a pair of shoes to a child in need. The same philosophy is applied for their sunglasses. Buying a pair of sunglasses will provide a person in need with prescription glasses or a sight saving operation or a medical treatment. Toms shoes are sold at the moment at its pop up shop in 69 Neal Street in Covent Garden WC2H 9PJ, but they are stocked in all the main shoe shops nationwide.
I've seen several models, from the wedges to the wrap boots, to the ballet flat and more. Ranges are available for women, men and children. Many models are inspired by the patterns of the South East Asia, very colourful and bright. Material used are leather as well as canvas and cotton, producing  a very eclectic collection every season.
It is very difficult to choose among all the styles, but the very reasonable price allows everyone to buy more than one pair, and considering that for each pair sold one pair goes to a child in need, it is easier to make the decision to indulge in a bit of shopping.

Seasonal Classics for the collection  Autumn 2012

Wedges in cord. My favourite is the wine cord with cork wedge. Next to it the model Silver Karsen and on top the model Jadon

Ballet flats in several styles made in leather, suede, linen and burlap

Stylish little feet for the Kids collection

Model Cordones for these lace ups shoes in autumn colours, perfect for the first chilly days.

Men's collection for the Seasonal Classics. Shoes are made with pesticide free fabric and they don't contain any animal by products making them appreciated for who is vegan or vegetarian.

Sunglasses contributing to the project One for One.

Model Botas, for men, but I would wear it with no problems at all, these shoes look so warm and comfy.This pair in brown suede has a great ankle collar in soft and warm fabric.


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