Shoeaholics opens first physical stores
Kurt Geiger owned Shoeaholics is opening its first physical stores this month after experiencing a strong uplift in online sales during lockdown.
The discount shoe retailer is launching six shops around the UK in locations such as London’s Oxford Street, Glasgow Silverburn, Swindon, Cheshire Oaks, Birmingham and Dalton Park in County Durham.
Shoeaholics sells a range of branded shoes with discounts of between 30% and 40%.
The company’s digital director Gareth Rees-John said: “This is a confident move that reflects both the UK’s continued obsession with shoes, and consumers’ focus on value in these uncertain economic times. There is a gap in the market for a one-stop shop for shoes from more than 100 great brands, especially with the future of department stores at risk. We want to bring our expertise to the high street and provide a space where our customers can find their perfect shoe at the lowest price available.”
Brands stocked by the retailer include the likes of Aldo, Birkenstock, Carvela, Fitflop, Hunter, Kurt Geiger, Skechers, Steve Madden and Superga.
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