Oliver Sweeney A/W 2008

Oliver Sweeney has been designing for his own label for almost 20 years. Everything is designed in England and hand made in Italy. There are more than 120 stores stocking and countrywide. I often go to the shop on Bond Street and the staff are very helpful.
It’s important to me that if you go to a shop you’re treated well and that the staff are helpful and sincere (hey, I’m so even if I live in the UK I expect good ). A while back there was one designer that I liked but I went into their shop and the staff was so snobby I didn’t want to use their clothes anymore.
Oliver Sweeney shoes are beautifully designed, and fashion forward without being too over the top – classic with a twist. They also come with a matching belt!
You’ll notice that this season many of Oliver’s shoes are very chic. I’m loving the white patent, which also comes in black and a petrol blue.

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One comment

  1. Haute Concept
    May 5, 2008 at 18:18

    Great choices. The shoes seem chic without being obnoxiously trendy.
    And you’re spot on about not shopping at a store because of rude treatment. We’ll boycott in a heartbeat!

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