Even if you are having a bad hair day, a classic pair of well-kept shoes will say far more about you.
But it can be hard to find the right balance between formal, old fashioned and trying too hard. That's where a company like Herring comes in so handy.
First off, the quality is first-class and many of the shoes are repairable so they are reassuringly planet friendly.
Secondly, it offers classic styles, but with modern features added to make them more relevant. You can buy anything and not worry about being 'so last year'.
Pick your style
Established in 1966, Herring uses its industry know-how and close links to British and European factories to create the best shoes at the fairest prices available anywhere.
It boasts industry-low returns rates by paying great attention to fittings and using the best materials.
On top of that, it has a huge range of shoes, all with free UK returns, so it's a great and risk-free way to shop for classic or more contemporary footwear.
Recently, it has seen growth in its handmade trainers and sneaker styles, while keeping the core 'oxfords not brogues' ethos of this British business.
If you only buy one proper pair of shoes Herring is a very safe bet.
For the chance to win any pair of Herring shoes up to a value of £300, answer the question below.
The question is: Which of the below is a style of shoe?
Competition closes: 7th October 2020
By entering the competition, it is deemed that the entrant accepts the terms and conditions stated below.
No purchase necessary.
Prize cannot be exchanged for cash equivalent.
Prize is not transferable.
One entry per person, no bulk or third-party entries, unless the rules of the competition state so.
No responsibility can be taken for any lost or delayed entries.
Winner must be over 18 years of age.
The winner will be chosen by random and will be notified by email.
The winner will need to confirm acceptance within 7 days of being notified. If the winner does not confirm acceptance within this timeframe, the promoter has the right to pick another winner.