Posts Tagged ‘spring footwear’
We all know it isn’t nice to play favorites — but nice or not, the truth is that most of us do have a pair (or two) of shoes or boots that get more than their fair share of love and attention.
Even here at Timberland — where we’re surrounded by footwear made to look good, feel good and perform well — we’ve got our own personal can’t-resist picks:
Marketing associate Gillian has a soft spot for the Earthkeepers Deering Boat Ballerina because, ” It’s a trendy looking cross between a boat shoe and a ballerina, with a touch of casual ruggedness—perfect for any outfit, any day of the week.”
Our senior retail marketing manager Rachel has found a perfect travel companion in the Timberland Boot Company Marge Wood Heel Sandal. “For someone like me that travels a lot, this is the pair I’m going to pack first this season. Handcrafted details, great heel height and a back strap so I can run to catch my next flight—it’s perfect!”
The members of the Royal Spanish Sailing Federation aren’t the only ones who covet our Formentor boat shoe. Women’s product manager Andrea says, “When I race sailboats, I’m often on the foredeck—by far the most unstable and slippery part of the boat. That’s why I absolutely need to make sure my shoes are really made for performance sailing with the best traction imaginable.”
And senior designer Penelope loves the versatility of the Earthkeepers Nevali Peep Toe: “Because it’s a peep toe, it works in warm and cooler temperatures —so it has a longer season in my wardrobe. It works with skirts, dresses and jeans.”
You can see which styles are topping the list for other Timberland women by checking out our staff picks section. To find a new favorite pair for yourself, shop our entire selection of women’s footwear now.
Even if spring isn’t quite in the air wherever you are, it’s coming to life on the pages of our new women’s website, where we’re showcasing the freshest spring styles Timberland has to offer. For inspiration, check out the Gallery, where you’ll find real women wearing real Timberland footwear and clothing, and visit the “As Seen In” section to find out which Timberland products are showing up in style magazines all over the world.
To give more insight into what Timberland has to offer this spring, here’s Trend and Color Designer Layla to explain where she and her team found inspiration for this season’s “color of nothing:”
What? There’s no rule that says you can’t enjoy the present (in all its icy, snowy, freezing glory) and still look forward to the future. And when the future includes light, bright styles like these, you might just find yourself hoping for an early thaw.