• Glam adventures
    Glam adventures
    There's nothing cooler than these comfortable hiking-style boots for wearing the outdoors trend, in a luxurious street-styled way.
  • Rose-tinted view
    Rose-tinted view
    Gibson shoes have been making a big come-back. This twist on the classic gives the cuteness of pastel pink, with a Geisha-style elevated flatform.
  • High and mighty
    High and mighty
    Everyone needs a go-anywhere boot. This style offers the height and stability of the 8cm heel, comfort of a shearling collar, and grip of the camo sole.
  • Simply sleek
    Simply sleek
    These beautifully shaped lace-ups are in delicate pale grey patent leather, with a classy dip-dyed effect on the toe. The crepe sole gives a casual feel.
  • Comfy classic
    Comfy classic
    To pull on as you're running out of the door, opt for these traditional-looking brogue boots. The rich tan colour brings warmth to dark winter outfits.
  • Party style
    Party style
    Show up to festive events in these metallic patent flats, and walk home with your shoes still on. Ribbons give a feminine contrast to the sharp pointed toe.
  • Hug me boots
    Hug me boots
    These are the ultimate cold weather boots. In warm grey sheepskin with a lightweight but grippy sole, are they just too beautiful to wear in the snow?
  • Stand-out slip-on
    Stand-out slip-on
    Sometimes in the winter we want a chunkier shoe style. The bulbous toe and chunky crepe sole are contrasted by soft merino wool embroidery.


Have you written your letter to Father Christmas/your family/your partner yet?


Italian brand AGL (Attilio Giusti Leombruni) is run by the three Giusti sisters, who are third generation shoe-makers. These ladies know good shoe-making, and have a fondness for the luxurious and unexpected.

Have a browse through the slide-show, and you might just find something to add to your Christmas list (or that you can’t wait ’til Christmas for!).

Let me know which style you can’t live without in the comments or on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

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