Indulgent winter arrivals: Mikko Shoes

The colder season is bringing with it some wonderful new footwear.

One local brand that has kept feet looking fabulous for years is relishing these arrivals. Regular readers will know about the family-owned footwear company that is Mikko Shoes.

Founded by Michaela Longstaff, the stylish European shoe haven for women has now been around for more than a decade. The brand recently celebrated its official launch for men, with a flagship store just next to its women’s boutique, on Christchurch’s Victoria Street. Delving into its indulgent new season women’s offering, as always, it does not disappoint.

This winter at Mikko is warm, elegant, and cocooning, with a rich palette of luxurious cocoa browns, creamy whites, and sophisticated cherry reds, the latter a freshly uplifting, yet elegant vintage-inspired palette that will work beautifully with wardrobe neutrals.

In addition, timeless navy is presented in chic updated styles, a shade that is just as classic as black. There is an exciting breadth of styles to suit all tastes, with one thread in common, a wearable refined elegance. From romantic slip-on styles with hand-adorned embellishments, to tapered boots and luxurious loafers that are perfect for pairing with tailoring, denim and dresses.

For those who adore the outdoor look, enjoy lug-soled boots that will carry you through a variety of occasions, and for the minimalists, choose from their collection of must-have court shoes with chic silhouettes and elegant buckle details.

Beloved heritage Spanish designer Toni Pons features on Mikko’s shelves by popular demand, their sophisticated take on the humble rainboot being a popular favourite and a South Island staple.

All in all, it’s a beautifully refined collection that comes with the Mikko promise of impeccably designed, ultra-comfortable shoes that will stand the test of time.

Get inspired for the cooler months and visit Mikko at 134 Victoria Street, or shop their new catalogue online at, you’ll love this season’s offering.

Yovela by Clarus
Pearson by Pikolinos
Lumiere by Luca Grossi

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