Beautiful suede shoes with an embossed floral design and rounded toes. The elastic makes them easy to slip on/off, making these the perfect shoes for a stroll. Standard fit.
Curious about our shoe manufacturing? Click the yellow “Story” button to learn more!
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The art and craft of shoe-making
A new shoe design always starts with a basic sketch, but even producing this requires a good understanding of the entire manufacturing process. All kinds of processes have to come together before the right design sketch is ready! Nowadays, the prototype for the shoe last and sole is created digitally and then output to a 3D printer. In the past, this stage was also in the hands of a skilled model-maker who would craft the prototype out of wood.
The sole is made by pouring rubber into a metal mould on a large carousel fitted with soles in all sizes. The soles can also be cut out from rubber or plastic blanks. Some of our footwear features cork soles from cork trees that grown in Portugal. Each sole or heel is actually sawn out using a band saw.
For a leather shoe, the leather has to be tanned and finished. This is a lengthy process done in large wooden barrels free from chrome and heavy metals in line with the EU’s REACH standards. These days, leather can also be digitally printed. The motif is printed directly on the leather, as if it were paper. The advantage of this is that no water is required.
For each shoe design, iron cut-outs are made for each component of the shoe. Once the pieces have been cut, the shoes are stitched together and fitted with eyelets or straps. The stitched shoe is then placed on the last to stretch it to the shape and size of the last. Next, the finished rubber sole is attached. After that, the shoe is placed in an oven to perfect its moulding around the last. Finally, each pair of shoes is inspected, labelled and packaged in our cloth bags and then at long last shipped to us, and ultimately to you!
To ensure your complete satisfaction, we recommend that you check your measurements against our sizing chart.
- Measure directly against your skin without tightening the tape measure around your body.
BUST: Measure your bust around the fullest part, ideally wearing your favourite bra.
WAIST: Measure your waist around the smallest part (your natural waistline).
HIPS: Measure your hips around the fullest part of your bottom.
|Body sizes in cm|
We like mixing figure-fit with more generously cut fashion. That's why we have four different types of tailoring. You'll find information on the different types of fit in the detailed descriptions of each item. The choice of material also influences the amount of movement allowed by a garment. Knits and jersey-knits have more give in them than woven, less stretchy materials. That's why our weaves are often more generously tailored. For you to be as happy as possible with your purchases, we recommend that you spend a few moments taking your measurements and comparing them with our size chart.
The garment is close fitting, with a maximum of 6 cm room for movement around the bust and maximum 3 cm around the hips.
The garment has 7-16 cm room for movement around the bust and 4-12 cm around the hips.
A free and easy fit with at least 17 cm room for movement around the bust and 13 cm or more around the hips.
Extra generous fit
Lots of room for movement, 31 cm or more around the bust.
|Length of garment compared to (M)|
|DRESS/COAT||-4,5||- 3||+ 3||+ 6||+ 6|
|SKIRT||-3||- 2||+ 2||+ 4||+ 5|
|TROUSERS||-3||- 2||+ 2||+ 4||+ 5|
|SWEATER/JACKET||-3||- 2||+ 2||+ 4||+ 4|
Gudrun’s COLOURFUL MODELS
Gudrun’s collections are made to flatter all ages, shapes and heights. Our models wear Medium-size samples. Here you can see the height of all our models – as a guide to choosing your size.
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