The Best of Last Month's #WALKWednesday

Fresh out of lockdown, it's been a while since we've had the opportunity to post about what has been going on within our Social Channels. As always, we are delighted to see many of you from all over the world tag us in your posts, out and about and getting creative with our products.

As part of a more regular feature we will be implementing, this is our way of saying thanks to our amazing community of WALK London followers and highlighting some of our favourite posts that we have been mentioned in over the past couple of weeks.

If you want to get involved and have a chance of being featured next month, don't forget to tag us @walklondonshoes or by using  #WALKWednesday... Hope you enjoy.

@stefanjohnturner

Titled "The Gentleman vs The Bad Boy", captured all the way over in the Icelandic capital, Reykjavik we loved this image and the way that it captures both formal and casual walk's of life. Instantly spotting the Hornchurch Stirrup Boot amongst the doom and gloom, both outfits are pretty spot on in our opinion.

@giovanniogliormino

From Scandinavia to Southern Italy, Mr Giovanni Ogliormino teased us this week with this shot of him out and about in our Portuguese James Brogue Shoe. Great outfit and beautiful scenery, what more can we say.

@austinallred98

Posted by Austin Allred in Lynchburg, who has treated himself to both leather versions of this season's Alfie Chelsea Boot. We loved the way that this brown pair just melted away within his home decor.

@treysimonmusic

Posted by musician Trey Simon getting his creative juices flowing. This is not the first post we have had with a pair of our boots snapped with a guitar. We did rather enjoy this one though for it's laid back vibes  and of the course the way that the Camel Suede of this Hoxton Cuban compliments the outfit and it's wider surroundings.

@Kampesto

Mixing it up a bit to feature some of our West Loafers, this one was posted at the start of this month by Kamil in Moscow. Shot in Park Gorkogo, the outfit is pretty spot on for the location.