From top to bottom, both men and women deserve to look their best. Women tend to have a vast list of options for accessories, while men may have a harder time finding sensible accessories. Just because you’re a man doesn’t mean you have to feel limited in the accessories you can wear.
High-heeled shoes are traditionally associated with women's footwear, but the shoe has a very interesting history. We've taken a dive into the shoe's origins as a male fashion piece; read on to find out more!
A look into the current use of the word 'dapper' and how Cross Sword used it to design their current range of footwear. The blog explores how the word is intertwined with the word 'fashionista' and the concept of being a gentleman.
King Louis XIV of France declared high heels to be only fit for noble people but a lot has changed since the seventeenth century. Since then, heels have been predominantly worn by women for a number of reasons: