During lockdown, we forgot the importance of kick ass shoes. That’s because all our work meetings and social gatherings were via zoom, meaning we didn’t pay too much attention to anything below the camera line (everyone on our team is guilty of the business up-top, pajamas on the bottom trend).
As the world returns to normal, it’s time to refresh the shoe rack. Whether it’s dress shoes (“to dress up every occasion”), casual shoes (“that look and feel the part”) or boots (“equal parts casual and classy”), these are products to sweep you off your feet. The company’s bestseller is The Holden, which combines a premium calfskin leather upper with a comfortable padded tongue, and comes available in black, cognac and coffee. According to Moral Code, this is a shoe that’s perfect for ‘climbing the corporate ladder and stepping down from the barstool’, so check back in a couple of years, and if I’ve made CEO you’ll know that’s a promise fulfilled. And in case you think the founders put their feet up after their footwear range was complete – fear not.
If it can be made from leather, you’re likely to find it on Moral Code. Belts, wallets, coasters, coin cases, bags, envelopes (the last one is the brand name for their travel organizer; we wouldn’t actually recommend spending $55 on something you’re going to drop in the mailbox!).