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Sometimes we don’t really realise how important it is to care for our feet and wear the correct foot wear. Woden are a luxury Danish footwear brand, established in 2013, who have very few stockists in the UK. They pride themselves on three core values, which are style, change and passion.
When Tessuti asked if I would like to review some Woden trainers, I jumped at the chance! I generally always have such negative experience with shoes and trainers, even with more costly/luxury brands. The only other brand I’d had any real success with was Hotter. Tessuti stock a range of Woden’s Scandinavian sneakers online and in their stores across the UK.
Tessuti gave me a choice of which design of Woden trainers I would prefer. Unfortunately, by the time I had chance to have a look, many of the designs had sold out. Luckily though, the white zebra print trainers were still in stock and the lovely team at Tessuti agreed to send them.
After reading reviews about Woden online and from other bloggers, they are apparently the go-to brand for comfortable footwear, which isn’t surprising at all. Costing £70 RRP on the Tessuti website, the white zebra print trainers are very comfy and stylish. I think this is a very reasonable price due to the brilliant quality of the shoes. I like fashion which stands out so the zebra print design is perfect for me. The other style I love (which was out of stock at the time) is the metallic trainers.
Overall, I’m really so impressed with just how comfy my Woden trainers are. I’m definitely sold on Woden as a brand, their shoes are very well made and stylish. Take a look at the full range of Woden shoes, available on the Tessuti website. I’m always one for alternative footwear, so I’m definitely now a fan of their products.
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I'm Louise, a 28 year old blogger living in York. I also work as a medical receptionist and I'm currently a trainee teaching assistant. This is my corner of the internet, in which I cover topics such as mental health, travel, fashion, lifestyle and so much more!
February 2019 – Leeds
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April 2019 – Harrogate & Hull
May 2019 – Yorkshire Spa Break
June 2019 – Manchester & Disney Land Paris
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