Hotter Comfort Concept Shoes has revealed its new Autumn collection, with 27 new ladies styles.
Comfy shoe fans will be delighted with Hotter’s new Autumn collection, each and every style has been given individual attention to guarantee the ultimate, lightweight feeling with design features to guarantee they will look as good as they feel.
The new collection features a style for every occasion so the Hotter customer can wear something comfy and stylish wherever they go, whether it’s work shoes, casual shoes for a day of shopping or meeting up with friends, attending a family wedding or enjoying a city break.
“This collection is our best one yet, our customers can enjoy the on-trend styles we’re seeing on the catwalks. And with thanks to the comfort features we secretly hide into each pair they can be confident that they’ll look good and feel great.” commented Design Director Ian Spedding. “This collection features 27 new styles for ladies including fashionable brogues Kiara and Topaz along with smart wedge heels like Kiev in bright, warm colours. For the cooler months we’ve created a boots collection with on-trend detailing, there’s new boot Panama with faux fur lining, soft leather boot Jade with scrunching detailing and elegant Isabella with delicate brogue detailing.
“Colours are key to the Hotter collection, with on-trend shades like Peacock, Cherryberry, Aubergine, Kingfisher and Grape Juice, making our shoes stand out from the rest,” he added.
The majority of Hotter’s comfy women’s shoes come in sizes 3 to 9 with some half sizes, extra wide shoes for women and EEE fittings. Anyone new to Hotter will find a handy shoe fitting guide online, with details of how to find the perfect fit and Hotter offers a free Personal Shopping service for additional advice. Hotter shoes can also be purchased at 38 Hotter stores throughout the UK.
One in every three pairs of all shoes made in the UK are made in Hotter’s Lancashire factory and the company is forecast to make nearly 1.6 million pairs of shoes this year, making it the biggest shoe manufacturer in the UK. The company was set up in 1959, introducing the Hotter brand in the 1990s with the aim of creating “the world’s most comfortable footwear, continuously delighting customers”.