Spring & Fall 2012 at H.H. Brown Shoe Co.

I visited the H.H. Brown Shoe Co. showroom to check out their Spring & Fall 2012 collections. I looked at shoes from Kork-Ease, Söfft, Isolá, Vintage Shoe Company, Walk-Over and Børn. These brands cover every type of shoe a woman could want. From shoes with a comfort priority and slippers to high, dazzling heels and stilettos, these brands span the spectrum.

Here are the flip flops and slippers that are perfect for Spring. Most of these are super comfy and have a cushioned bed in the sole. I love the pops of bright color!

Here are the more neutral colors, if you’re not crazy about the brights.

Wedges are timeless. We women will always buy the crazy heels but it’s the comfy wedges that are more likely to see the light of day. This leather Mary-Jane version is made of the softest leather.

These booties are my fave!

Check out this two-toned heel!

I’m loving the colors mixed with neutral heels.

For Fall, boots will always be a hit. They’re our shoe safety net.

And for your dressier evenings, check these out!

Flats a perfect transition shoe for days that are beautiful with just a bit of chill.

There you have it! A complete rundown of H.H. Brown Shoe Co.’s latest offerings for Spring and Fall 2012. Do any of these catch your fancy?

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  1. The shoes and sandals are so different from what I have seen in the last couple of seasons – can’t wait to be able to purchase a few shown!

  2. Love the Born wedges! They look super comfortable!They are on my list… 🙂
    ~P&G Entry

  3. Just wanted to ask if there were any sugestions on any of the styles from a consumer prespective. Something you might like to see in a clog or sandal and boots of course

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