The recession made a lot of us wonder and now we understand the importance of buying nigerian made items. Like everything in life, change comes up slowly or its forced, the slow acceptance of the Ankara fabric as our mainstream fashion thought me a lot about the nigerian people and their love for imported things, not that its a bad thing but we need to understand the need for growth and one of the fastest ways to grow is when we patronize home grown and small scale business.
OAP, Gbemi Olateru decided she had, had enough of her shoe dilemma, according to a statement she put out, finding pretty shoe’s in her size was and is really hard to come by, because she is a us size 11, it was tough to find shoes that fit. This prompted her to start her own shoe company which she calls Gbemisoke shoes’s.
The birth of this company, highlights the existence of other shoe makers in nigeria although there are few shoe companies that make female shoes. Gbemisoke shoe’s released a couple of shoe designs first starting with flats and all however we are totally in love with the Mules.
Mules is an often backless and closed toe heel but these days designers have taken it much further and gbemisoke mules fall into the category of shoes you ought to have in your shoe closet. To understand why we love the gbemisoke mule take a look at the pictures below;
The simplicity of the shoe’s is what makes it attractive, and it comes in two colours. you can also get all gbemisoke shoes in sizes 41-45.
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