Fans of Hush Puppies shoes include rock stars, royalty, and rock-star royalty — from Queen Elizabeth II to Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards (whose thick-soled Hush Puppies boots, legend has it, saved him from electrocution during a 1965 concert accident). Casual and comfortable, Hush Puppies’ brushed suede uppers with lightweight crepe soles entered the footwear market in 1958 and immediately became a hit thanks to their innovative designs. Founded by the Michigan-based work boot maker Wolverine, Hush Puppies is still going strong after all these years with a fresh and diverse collection featuring women’s heels and slippers, men’s classic dress shoes, waterproof leather boots and sandals and slip-ons.
End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on some of menswear’s greatest hits. Here you’ll find everything from suede bomber jackets by Marc by Marc Jacobs to sturdy boots by Red Wings. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about (but only after you’ve made your picks).
Inject some color into your holiday outfits with this festive collection of footwear. Whether its red velvet slippers or some two-tone saddles, you'll take your winter footwear to the next level.
We're dedicating the latest installment of the Weekend Style Guide to an underrated staple of men's style: the classic cardigan. We know, we know — Mr. Rogers wore one. But so did Kurt Cobain. Keep that in mind as you scan this assortment of stylish, modern cardigans, which we've augmented with a curated selection of shirts, shoes, pants and more — in other words, everything you need to take this off-duty essential form your grandfather's closet to your own.
We’ve done all the heavy lifting for you in this sale, putting together a selection of suede wingtips, canvas high tops, lace-ups, and more from a whole host of top brands — from Fred Perry to John Varvatos to Walk-Over and more. Whether you need a stylish pair of oxfords for the office or a pair of casual kicks for the weekend, you’ll find plenty of options to choose from.