Episode 1: Get to know our New Collection

Episode 1: Get to know our New Collection

Explore our New Collection with the people who know it best, our staff. Find out what we’re wearing and our recommendations for the season.

Explore the New Collection with Sharon, Customer Service Specialist

Sharon is one of our Customer Service Specialists at The House of Shoes. You can find her in store most Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays between 10.30am – 2pm. Her first purchase from the New Collection was a pair of Hogl boots.

What are your top three picks from our New Collection?

Hogl 1965 black

My top pick, and the shoe I am currently wearing, is the Chelsea style ankle boot by Hogl: style 1965. Hogl is an amazing Austrian brand, and their shoes are made in Bosnia.

This is my first time owning a pair of Hogl and I am very impressed by the comfort. This boot has a slightly wider fit, an inner zip fastening and elastic panels either side of the ankle giving the boot that perfect fit. The patent leather gives a very stylish look.

Marian 9804 teal

This stylish suede leather loafer looks amazing just worn casually with a pair of jeans or dressed up with pants for work. Marian is new to The House of Shoes and I think it is going to be a very popular choice.


Hispanitas Polinesia forest

I really can’t go past the Hispanitas Polinesia boot in forest. This Chelsea style boot is extremely lightweight and comfortable for all day wear, just slip it on and go! I love the different textures of this boot which includes suede, patent and pebbled leather finishes. If you like the look of this boot, I encourage you to come and try it on – especially if you’re a green girl like me!

What is your favourite accessory from The House of Shoes?

It would have to be the green Hispanitas shoulder bag to match the Polinesia boots. It’s so quirky and fun!

What is your favourite winter treat?

It would have to be something made in the slow cooker. There’s nothing like coming home to the smell of a delicious casserole wafting through the house after a day at work to warm the soul, and of course paired with a glass of red wine.