Radley is best known for the lovely leather handbags they manufacture and sell, most of which have a Radley dog hangtag. However, in March 2010 Radley brought a range of leather shoes to the market.
Divided into four different styles of shoe - heels, flats, wedges and sandals - all the shoes are made of leather - and many have the same unique, quirky and quintessentially English styling that have made Radley handbags so universally popular.
The shoes pictured on the right are the Radley Abingdon. They are high heeled court shoes available in either blue or lilac, and feature a stacked wooden heel and platform. The differently stained wood in the heel gives it a unique striped effect/
The ballet pumps on the left are the Radley Sudbury ballerina pumps. Made from leather, with a pop of patent leather around the ankle, these shoes are available in black, cream, tan, turquoise (pictured) and yellow. Not only do they have a leather upper, they also have a leather lining and insole.
Radley was founded in 1998 by Lowell Harder. Based in London, Radley considers itself to be a Great British Creative Brand, dedicated to making handbags, shoes and accesories that women are proud to own. Radley designs are inspired not only by crafts and cultures around the world, but also inspiration available in the heart of our capital city. Radley creates designs that may be slightly eccentric, but are always beautiful, colourful, well made and truly British.