Hotter Shoes has revealed its new smart comfort shoe collection, which features a range of comfortable and stylish footwear for weddings and other special occasions.
Designers at Hotter Comfort Concept shoes created this range of stylish, comfy women’s special occasion shoes to help women keep a spring in their step at this season’s ‘must-attend’ wedding.
Paul Sayers, the Range Director, said: “We’ve been creating comfortable footwear for over fifty years, and over one million happy customers enjoy the feeling of comfort that we carefully design into every pair of Hotter shoes.
“Whilst many of our styles are suitable for everyday wear, over the years we have seen a growing demand for comfortable shoes for special occasions. Our design team has worked hard to create a selection of smart styles that are perfect for the wedding season; with classic designs and on-trend colours. Each pair includes secret comfort features which will ensure that wedding guests will still be smiling when the bride and groom enjoy their last dance.”
Darcy and Allegra, with smart low heels, flexible soles and room for toes to wiggle and flex, are available in a selection of colours, including pretty Hibiscus, neutral Nougat or versatile metallics.
For a little extra height, Quickstep, Valetta and the Surabaya sandal are the perfect finishing touch to any special occasion outfit, and are also available in extra wide fit .
For a nautical twist, or a flash of red to add spark to an outfit, Hotter’s newest style peep-toe, Gaby, is a heeled espadrille sandal. Gaby has an adjustable sling-back with hidden elastic, softly padded leather footbed and suede flower detailing.
In addition to women’s heels, Hotter also has options for the male wedding guest. Hotter has created a range of men’s special occasion shoes that are packed with comfort features such as shock absorbing soles, leather insoles and built-in arch support. Available in classic Black or Brown, Road is a plain fronted lace-up, Town is a brogue style and City is a smart slip-on.
The full Hotter collection is available at www.hotter.com where customers can download their personal shoe fitting guide to help them find the perfect fit. Hotter also offers a free personal shopping service where its experts provide help and advice on customers’ footwear queries.
Hotter has 25 stores nationwide, with plans to open a further 20 by the end of 2012. The company is the UK’s biggest shoe manufacturer and is expected to make 1.5 million pairs of shoes in its Lancashire factory in 2012. It has recently launched a Great British Shoe to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics and has been nominated by its local MP to be part of the Made by Britain campaign.