Bata | Khadim's | Woodland | Lee Cooper | Liberty | Hush Puppies | Red Tape | Louis Phillippe | Clarks | Tresmode | Alberto Torresi | Metro.
Nike | Adidas | Reebok | Woodland | SeeandWear | Fila | Puma | RedTape | Jordan | Skechers | Sparx | Asics | Under Armour | Vans | New Balance | Converse | Skora | Brooks .
Lee Cooper | Buckaroo | Dr. Scholl’s | Red Tape | Alberto Torresi | Reebok | Bata | Puma | Adidas | Koovs | Hush Puppies | Balujas .
Check out the most popular casual shoe types below: 1.Wedges-A wedge heel can give an outfit a more polished look without actually having to wear excruciating heels. Wedges are far more comfortable to wear, especially a lower wedge. 2.Ballerinas-Ballerinas are such a versatile shoe that come in every print, colour and pattern imaginable, from classic nude to wild animal prints and bright quirky colours. 3.Lace Ups-Lace up shoes tend to be slightly sturdier and can provide additional support for your feet, as well as providing an adjustable fastening that can be tightened or loosened to suit your feet. 4.Canvas Shoes-Lightweight women’s canvas shoes are slightly sportier looking than ballerina shoes, but they’re an equally great choice for casual wear. They’re comfy, practical and come in every colour and pattern so you can always find a pair that will match your outfit. 5.Flip Flops-Women’s flip flops are generally made from a foam sole, with a plastic toe support in the middle. For a longer lasting style, opt for one made from leather. Very basic styles will have simple plastic straps. 6.Mules-An open backed shoe with a closed front. Ladies mules are suitable for slipping on and off and generally far more casual than closed shoes but give more support than flip flops. 7.Loafers-A casual shoe that generally slips on, with elasticated panels on either sides negating the need for laces or fastenings. 8.Trainers-Women’s trainers are named so because they are designed to be used whilst training – while at the gym, or yoga, as well as for fashion wear.