En Brogue: Love Fashion. Love Shoes. Hate Heels: A Girl's Guide to Flat Shoes and How to Wear them with Style. (Hardback)Hannah Rochell (author)
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Do you know the difference between a derby and an Oxford? Tassel loafers or penny loafers? Do you know why brogues have holes in them?
From brogues to boots, pumps to penny loafers, slippers to sandals, En Brogue honours forty styles of shoes with beautiful hand drawn illustrations, quirky photographs and fascinating facts about the history of our favourite flats.
En Brogue is a blog that focuses on style AND comfort, written by fashion writer Hannah Rochell. You’ll find nothing on there but stylish flat shoes and inspiration on how to wear them, along with Hannah's illustrations to boot.
Dip a (well-clad) toe into the world of fashion, with the perfect gift for all your friends.
'If there's one fashion book you should be buying this season it's this one.' - Times FashionVisit the www.enbrogue.com for more details.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton General Division
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 282 g
Dimensions: 174 x 164 x 17 mm
Fans of the flat shoe will get their own bible this week... The handbag-sized guide brings together beautifully drawn illustrations, as well as everything you need to know about stylish flats. -- Emma McCarthy * Evening Standard *
Gorgeous book -- India Knight
The perfect gift for shoe lovers everywhere. * You Magazine *
One of our favourite bloggers...It's a coffee-table must. * Red Magazine *
Brilliant. -- Polly Vernon * Grazia *
A beautiful book that celebrates flat shoes in a world of heels. -- Silvana de Soissons * The Foodie Bugle *
...a homage to gorgeous and comfortable flats. * Look.co.uk *
Being a flat-shoe lover, I'm pleased to see En Brogue, a new book by Hannah Rochell "for people who love stylish footwear without the pain, bunions and back problems". Sounds ideal doesn't it? The book is a "girl's guide to flat shoes" - a great gift for a younger member of the family. I'm old enough to be Hannah's mother but I like where she's coming from. As my pick of the latest autumn styles proves, comfy shoes don't have to look orthopaedic. I hope this ageless style phenomenon is a proper cultural shift and that stylish flat shoes are here to stay. * Saga Magazine *
Hannah Rochell teaches us the difference between brogues and loafers in her illustrated book. * Stylist *
Charming little book... with beautiful illustrations and interesting facts. * The Lady *