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The two cult Australian shoe brands to know this Summer

Posted on April 25 2017

Senso.

Established in 1980, Senso is an Australian footwear brand originally founded by husband and wife, Scarlett and Kim Meller. Noticing a gap in the market for high quality yet affordable fashion footwear, the pair launched what is now one of Australia’s most popular and iconic contemporary labels.

The Meller’s three daughters, Alicia, Imogen & Skye, have since joined the family business and as a result injected a fresh, youthful confidence and attracted a new audience whilst nurturing different aspects of the brand. 



Senso's continuous search for inspiration is reflected in their designs, resulting in constant change from season to season. The brand continues to offer their own take on classic footwear, while continually shaking it up with new takes on collection favourites, updated essentials and a continued commitment to amazing quality, comfort and style.

As wearable as they are beautiful, Senso shoes are comprised of the finest materials, trims, treatments and linings, whilst staying true to its vision of delivering shoes with an edge, a touch of fun and a distinguished sense of effortless style.

The Summer collection sees Uba, a beautiful amber suede block high heel with metal eyelet detail and cross over straps and Bailey a summer suede boot with cut out detailing, which are perfect with summer dresses or relaxed boyfriend denim.



Shop Senso here.

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Sol Sana.

Australian based woman’s footwear label, Sol Sana was first brought to life in 2010. With a focus on high quality, Sol Sana merges high fashion styling with comfort, wearability and affordability.

Head designer and creator, Sara Caverley believes in weaving together the vintage and the new to create fun, bold pieces with a nod to the high end runway styles gracing the international catwalks.

The concept for Sol Sana stemmed from a sizeable gap within the global woman’s footwear market where entry to mid-price leather footwear was almost non-existent. This season sees an offer of sandals in soft olive or ginger suede, colourful embroidered sliders and the return of their trademark wedge in the form of the Trey.

 

Shop Sol Sana here.

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