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What the retailers had to say about July 2016:

“July exceeded our best predictions. We had our busiest day ever and our busiest week ever. Josef Seibel was outstanding along with great sell through from Rieker. Dude and Skechers continue to take the casual/sport market higher and higher.” Steve White, White & Son Shoes, Sidmouth, Devon.

“Trading has been tough overall in the last 6 months. First, with the 12 weeks’ notice of the referendum and then the decision which didn't go the way most people thought it would. People have been cautious in spending money. However since we have been in sale, trade has picked up. Trading conditions are difficult and it is also difficult to predict how the next season will be.” Clare Campbell, Lexden Shoes, Colchester Essex

“We found trading good for July, due to better weather than in 2015. Concerns about Brexit have petered out as the weeks have gone by, nobody quite sure what the overall effect will be.” Andrew C. Roberts MSSF

, of DAVID ROBERTS - Shoes of Distinction – LLANDUDNO, Wales

“Summer arrived finally, but unfortunately that was too late for retail, we were already in sale. Customers are becoming more and more price conscious, therefore the cheaper brands are doing very well as customers do not question on price.” Rebecca Mamood, Saunderstead, Surrey.

“It has been a very positive season, with most of my summer stock going due to the lovely weather, in fact it was my best July since I opened my own store 6 years ago, getting rid of the extra stock I had left over from past summers as well which of course is a great boost. Looking forward to a very busy back to school, hopefully, as I am already selling higher pairage than this time last year.” Marie's Shoes, East Barnet.

Best Selling Footwear Brands July 2016


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