Frank Wright - A Buyers Guide
Frank began his company by starting to work in a workshop in Northamptonshire in 1885. Originally he made peg sole boots for the British Armed Forces; however over time the brand changed direction and began to offer more fashionable products. He supplied cavalry officers at Chelsea barracks and in the 1960s became a major part of the ‘Carnaby Street’ scene in London. Frank Wright became an iconic brand of the decade, his popular classic loafers and ‘Beatie’ boots cemented his place in history as a style icon. In today’s fashion business Frank looks to design stylish lifestyle products that create excitement in the market offering high quality footwear that is focused on intricate detail. The Frank Wright ethos is based around making quality shoes using a range of leather, canvas, suede. The collections maintain a distinct heritage feel and classic styles are paired with new, modern designs. Casual and smart styles make up the collection; casual styles include Roland, based on moccasin influences this shoe features suede uppers with a two hole lace up design feature. The brand logo is featured on the low profile sole unit and is available in caramel and brown colours. If you a looking for a smarter shoe Falco is definitely for you, this formal shoe is a great option for a style conscious male who needs an everyday shoe for his wardrobe. The toe is pointed and the lace up style features a leather upper that incorporates a fine punched leather panel to the front of the shoe which adds a contemporary touch to this classic style.
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