Prada needs no advertising. The website speaks volumes on its one page of photos of beautiful people wearing the label’s clothes. Everyone knows that Prada means well-styled, classic, elegant and skilfully-made clothes, in that quintessentially Italian way that simply oozes quality. Prada shoes are no exception to the rule either, and there are not many other labels that have the same reputation for excellence as Prada. The name stands for original design and high quality materials in both its clothing and shoes ranges.
Prada shoes are made in Italy, of course, and the company has a long history of superior craftsmanship in shoemaking and design. There are shoes for both work and play, with many different styles including loafers, Oxfords, sneakers, pumps, flats, boots and sandals. The best materials are used to make Prada shoes so you will find them in soft crushed velvet, smooth suede, luminous patent leather or dashing crocodile skin. Where fashion demands it, Prada use the latest fabrics such as tweed or satin in their creative designs.
In the range of casual shoes for women, you will find such gems as a pair of red suede ankle boots, shiny leather sneakers and Mary Janes that look as fresh as they did 40 years ago thanks to a bit of reworking and redefinition. Bulkier styles such as combat boots even look elegant when Prada works its magic on them. In the collection there is also a variety of sandals and mules, in manifold colours and styles, that offer both comfort and style. Boots of various lengths and heel heights, from a kitten-heel ankle boot to a stiletto-heel knee-length boot, are made in colours and textures that will complement any outfit. They might even steal the show if you’re not careful.
Prada was created in 1913 as a shoe, luggage and accessory design house. With such experience in the shoemaking industry, it is no wonder that they do it so well. Loyal customers lay testimony to the fact that Prada shoes are very comfortable, which just proves that top class designer shoes do not have to be impossible to walk in as well as impossibly expensive. The women’s clothing range was introduced in the 1980s and since then Prada has built up a reputation for being daring and innovative in fashion design, whilst maintaining a certain practicality and usefulness that really does justify the price tag.