Crockett & Jones – This Year’s Must-Have Shoe


Androgyny is the year’s most talked about and somewhat unobtainable fashion trend; men dressing like women and women dressing like men. Seems bizarre to some but if JW Anderson and Topshop are all over the look, and Jason Wu‘s spring campaign is jam packed with shirts and braces, it’s time for us ladies to man up and dress down.


Crockett & Jones is a superb luxury shoe brand with some true classics that are both on trend and classic enough to last us a lifetime. Crockett & Jones is definitely in the line-up for this year’s female shoe must-have.

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Here’s a look at their spring collection and a guide on how to wear each design. Make sure you take a peek at their full range and read on to find out where in the UK you can try these beautiful shoes on for yourself.



Crockett & Jones Spring 2013

Alexis – this is a stunning shoe, full of style and femininity but still in keeping with the male shoe form.  A lace up ghillie shoe with classic punched patterns on the toe, a rich suede upper finished off with pretty lacing. The look of this shoe combines the simplicity of androgyny but adds a lady’s finishing touches.


Crockett and Jones Alexis

This shoe is available in two gorgeous colours and the satin lace will be its most eye catching feature to anyone you meet.

androgynous 2

Butterflies – if you’re a vintage lover, this luxury velvet design is right up your street. With the soft black velvet, bright embroidered butterflies which you’d expect to find in any vintage treasure trove, and plush satin quilted linings, this gorgeous house slipper is a must have for the laid back everyday look.

Susie Bubble

Crockett and Jones Butterfliels

Barnwell – every girl needs a good derby boot. And this derby boot is tough, manly and right on trend for this year’s suited and booted look. Whilst the rock chicks dig out their Doc Martens, sophisticated fashionistas are falling in love the multi gender classic, the timeless derby ankle boot.


Made from the finest scotch grain leather, Barnwell boots are a stylish girl’s must-have for this year. They’ll live on throughout the seasons, taking you into AW13 nicely. But the question is; can you pull these classics off?

Crockett and Jones Barnwell

Catesby – this is a pretty spin on a man’s classic. This ghillie style brogue shoe has some super stylish additions to give it a little feminine oomph! Traditional punching detail, tassels and a fabulous wing tip design, these shoes are attention seekers to say the least.


Crockett and Jones Catesby

But what really makes them stand out is the fine boned calf and high shine. That incredible shine takes you back to basics with what makes a man’s shoe so great. But with Catesby, we have all that in women’s form.  This shoe is an absolute star in the Crockett & Jones ladies collection.


If you want to know more about the Crockett & Jones collection, you can visit the Jermyn Street shops in London. Seeing the collection in person will have you completely in awe of the stunning craftsmanship.

Images Style bubble, Vogue,, Hypebeast, Sartorialist

Have a lovely Day!!!


    1. I easily wear the butterflies slipper but I love the originality and style of the Catesby.

    1. I am a girly girl too… but I feel these masculine Crockett & Jones shoes can give an interesting twist to a girly dress… I am thinking of Alexa Chung or Olivia Palermo.

  1. I am so not girly girl so I love love love these! My mom always hates my shoes and she will really dislike these! LOL!!!! Love Katherine, BTW!

  2. Hi, Gosh I had so forgotton about that brand… I had a pair a good few years ago (wish I had kept them) and yes they are pure classics! Great post!! x

    1. Thank you dear. I hate when that happens… I give away something and after years I discover I have to buy it again.

  3. Androgyny is one trend that I absolutely love and will embrace till death. I LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE men’s footwear especially. I just bought the Miu Miu gainsboro loafers that look like men’s tuxedo shoes. Love these images, def going to use them for inspiration.

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