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Mayo's road safety officer is waging a new war but this time, instead of phone users, tired drivers, or speed demons, the target is the humble flip flop.
Paul Byron Shoes has teamed up with Pedag International, a leading German orthotics company, to offer customers personalised orthotic consultations in store. This service will be 100 per cent free of charge and available in all Paul Byron Shoes stores nationwide.
The 1651 map of Galway shows a Shoemaker’s Tower located in what is the Eyre Square Shopping Centre today. Shoemaker’s Lane, or Bóithrín na Sudairí, the road of the shoemakers or the tanners, was where Buttermilk Walk is today. Shoemaking was always an important business but the individual shoemaker is a rare breed now, instead you associate the craft with factories like Dubarry in Ballinasloe.
Whatever your style, taste, or occasion, Carrie Bradshawe of Roscommon has the perfect shoe for every occasion.
Paul Byron Shoes is 100 per cent Irish owned, with 21 stores across Ireland providing high quality fashionable footwear at the right price. Having opened its first store in Ballaghderreen in 1978, Paul Byron Shoes opened its 21st store in Carrick-on-Shannon just last year.
Paul Byron Shoes is 100 per cent Irish owned, with 21 stores across Ireland providing high quality fashionable footwear at the right price.
Parsons Shoes, located on the corner of Main Street, Castlebar, are pleased to announce that they are now an official authorised Gabor stockist.
What are the best dressed feet wearing this season? Court shoes, according to Brown Thomas. The toe shape is pointed, either short which has more vintage appearance, as seen at Saint Laurent Paris or the “long nose” at Kurt Geiger.
1. Wearing oversized outfits. Big may be beautiful but not if you are wearing pants which are way too large, a jacket which does not fit properly at the shoulders or a T-shirt which could happily accommodate your entire family. If you are generously proportioned do not make the mistake of hiding inside extensive layers in the hope of looking more svelte. Always dress to suit your size and make sure any clothes you buy in the sales fit properly and make the most of your figure.
With all the sporting events happening over the summer, I’ve been feeling quite motivated to keep fit. I am an avid fan of Pilates, and try to attend a couple of classes a week and lately I’m training to run five kilometres; for no particular reason other than keeping healthy. With the sunshine here to stay for a week or two, there is no time like the present to be outdoors, whether it’s to take a stroll in the park or run a full marathon. Getting the right clothing is important, for comfort more than anything, especially for your feet to protect them from injury. I’ve been doing some research on the sporting attire on offer this season, and do you know what? It’s just a little stylish!