The Milwaukee Boot Co. opened last week in Walker's Point. It is the first retail store of the locally-based Well Dressed Man (WDM).
I have a confession: I have never been on a motorcycle. But since Harley-Davidson is such a Milwaukee staple, I sure do love rocking their amazing boots - and today's giveaway winner will win their choice from Harley-Davidson footwear.
Peter Gerasopoulos, owner of Cobbler Shoe Service at 827 W. Oklahoma Ave., says he is ready to hang up his aprons and donate his awls.
Let's be honest: Shoes can make or break an outfit. So which shoe trends are making their debut and which are making a comeback this season? Here are the top five hottest shoe trends for fall 2018.
Three years ago, Eric James will opened Clicks in Shorewood with the help of Darryl "DMC" McDaniels of Run DMC. Next week he will open a second shoe shop, Sneex, at 180 N. Broadway.
Oktoberfest is only a few weeks away. You've got your favorite lederhosen picked out and you're ready to drink. But what shoes are you supposed to wear? Adidas' new Originals Munchen Oktoberfest, stylish sneakers that are beer- and vomit-repellent. Prost!
Fall 2017 shoe trends are here. Some are classic, some are casual and some are not for the fashion faint of heart! But no matter what trend you decide to rock, these shoes will definitely get you noticed when you walk in the room.
Pantone may have proclaimed that greenery is the color of 2017, but consumers have spoken and they've demanded a very particular shade of pink. In honor of rosewater macaroons and cotton candy, here are eight ways to wear "millennial pink" this year.
Abby Walker loved wearing high heels, but did not dig the foot pain that went with it. So, she invented an insole that she says allows women to wear high heels four times longer than usual. Her company is called Vivian Lou Insolia.
Kicks. Sneakers. Shoes. Hip-hop. That's what's happening at Trusted Kicks, located at 532 N. Water St. We spoke with owner Rico Jones, a Milwaukee native, about his passions, his philosophies and his growing shoe store.
Five years ago, we first told you about Izzy Jaecks, the now full-time shoeshiner at Stag Barbershop, 3064 S. Delaware Ave. In 2011, it was a once-a-week gig for the former Miss International Bootblack, but now Jaecks is as part of the shop as are its barbers.
Independent of, but located within The London Cleaners, Elite Shoe Shine Parlor is owned and operated by Charles Palmer and is open daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. 3 p.m.
In a time when Zappos and Amazon and brick-and-mortar sporting good chains have cemented their spot as go-to places for running shoes and apparel, you might not think that starting a local running store would be a sound business idea. Don't tell that to Jessica and Trae Hoepner, the owners of Performance Running Outfitters, a business that started with one humble store and expanded to three, with a fourth in the works.
In a phone conversation this morning, OnMilwaukee.com learned that Goldi in Shorewood is closing.
It's "back to school" time which means students and non students alike crave new shoes. Luckily, Milwaukee has no shortage of places to score new footwear. Here's a list of indie and chain shoe outlets for your shopping pleasure.