Last Months Walk Wednesday Round Up

As a family run business, nothing makes us happier than seeing content from our amazing customers across the globe wearing WALK London. To say thank you, we proudly showcase your images each and every Wednesday on Instagram in our WALK Wednesday feature.

Each month on our menswear blog, we take a look back at some of our favourites from the previous 4 weeks.

To be featured, simply follow @walklondonshoes on Instagram and tag us in your posts using #WALKWednesday. We can’t wait to see your images over the next month.

 

@museummystery

An image posted as part of the band National Mystery Museum "Forget Me Knot" EP Release. It was great to see our Wolf Lace up boots out and about in Highgate Cemetery. Lad's, we had a listen and the music wasn't too bad either.

@traveladdoo

As always we love to see a bit of newness out and about. Featuring the tan version of our Vespa Trim Loafer, this image posted by model Shri Om got us in the mood for the end of lockdown and the imminent arrival of Spring 2021! 

@iamriop

From newness to a bit of a throwback. Blogger RIO P took our Arrow loafers out and about in an outfit which is suite simply cool. For fans of this laid back look and would like to replicate, they will be back later on in the season.

@noannee

Another model to feature in this months roundup and another Wolf Lace Up Boot. This time set in Dusseldorf Noanne Gomez has nailed it when it comes to showing the world how to wear a pair of boots with casual wear. For those interested in what the slogan says on the hoodie Lyubov simply means Love in Russian.

@robertodidio_1

The first of last months Walk x London's Originals capsule to surface on social media from customers this picture features the Kebano Chelsea Boot out and about in the streets of Italy. 

 

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