My Brand Of The Week of 8.31.09 goes out to Steve Madden, makers of quality shoes at affordable prices.
I love their modern styles and subtle avant-garde influences. What really stands out to me about Steve Madden, and quite frankly is very impressive, is how comfortable — VERY comfortable — their shoes are. I think I have owned about 10 pairs of Steve Maddens so far, and even at this moment, am on their site looking for cool shoes to get. With shoes that makes your feet comfy, it gives me the perfect impression that their customer loyalty is based on the customer’s needs, without sacrificing style and quality.
My Brand of the Week of 8.24.09 belongs to Banana Republic, whom I have had a great “relationship” since 1999.
If I can say one thing I love about Banana Republic, it’s their classic blend of style. A healthy mix of contemporary feel with modern sensibilities, “BR” has a great way of appealing to various body types. I love their choice of color palettes, the texture and style of their clothing, and the feeling of comfort and ease that I get when I wear their clothes. A very good brand that has much to offer in terms of mixing and matching attire to perfect that day-to-day look.
Rock on with your bad self, BR.
My Brand of the Week is none other than Kenneth Cole, makers of great, comfortable, and modern menswear and accessories.
What I love most about Kenneth Cole is its pound-for-pound value. Whether it’s shoes, ties, suits, watches, tees, or other clothing pieces, they have often surpassed my expectations on what I see great clothing should be. Their looks are sophisticated, classy, and stylish, with variable hints of minimalism and modern flair. Their tailoring is fitted, their materials classic, and their outlook is never about steering away from class. Rather, their style displays an embodiment of modern class and sophistication without sacrificing value and comfort.
I love the way I can look good with their clothes and feel good about my purchases, knowing that they have a long-lasting durability to their products.
Kudos to you, KC.