Shoe Shopping in Chamberí

Shoe shopping in Chamberí is a very pleasant experience. Small, centrally located, this Madrid neighborhood is within walking distance from the posh Salamanca. Yet the vibe is different. Chamberí is low-key

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The Spanishoegallery Blog is TWO YEARS OLD! This has been a great year - here are some highlights. We've introduced a great Barcelona-based brand Deux Souliers, time-tested Mallorca-based Lottusse and Barrats 1890, Elda-based Paco Herrero and Paco Gil, Homers (and Argila), the perfect blend of luxury and comfort from Menorca, AGARE, a quality casual footwear maker from the Zaragoza area, and Wappi, a brand that wants to shake up the ballerina flat market by allowing you to create your own while attracting attention to women-friendly causes.

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Salamanca: The Round Up

Rounding up the Made in Spain shoe and accessories shopping in the upscale Salamanca district, there are a few more stores worth naming, which are known to me not through shopping guides or city maps ( I use these just for reference), but through actual people that run them, like Elena de Mingo, one of the executives of eMe Shoes.

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Salamanca, Ayala, Hermosilla, Goya

Salamanca Ayala, Hermosilla, Goya are three streets that run parallel to each other in this lush upscale neighborhood north-east of Madrid city center. Together they house many stores of interest to the Made in Spain-minded shoe and accessories shopper.

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