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How to polish your shoes the right way

No matter how stylish your leather shoes are, without a great shine, you’re not showing them off to their full potential. Whether you’re refreshing those leather boots you’ve had stored away in the back of your wardrobe since last spring,  or you simply want to improve the look of your everyday shoes, a buff, shine and polish can give the illusion of a brand new shoe.

When dressing for any occasion, particularly a formal one, a shiny shoe is a must.  Not only does a shiny shoe gives you a more polished, sophisticated look, but polishing your shoes also expands their lifespan.

Just like anything, a little care goes a long way. Whether you’re a fan of oxfords or brogue shoes, we’re on hand with a step-by-step guide on how to polish your shoes the right way, making sure your formal shoes are on point with a classic shine. 

How To Clean Suede Shoes And Boots

Suede shoes or boots are an absolute staple for the fashion-forward lady. Classic, versatile and ever-stylish, a pair of suede boots or shoes will instantly take any look to the next level.

However, suede can be notoriously tricky to clean; if done incorrectly, you could even end up damaging your beloved shoes. So, what to do if you find yourself with marks or dirt on your favourite suede beauties?

From how to clean your suede shoes to how to remove those pesky stubborn stains, here at Moda we’ve got you covered. Follow the simple steps below to keep your suede shoes and boots looking their absolute best for years to come.

How To Repair Scuffed Leather Shoes and Boots

A pair of really great leather shoes truly are an investment piece. They look stunning and, with the right care, will absolutely stand the test of time in terms of both quality and style. However, even with all precautions taken, accidents do happen, and sometimes your precious leather shoes or boots can be left with unsightly scruffs or scratches on the surface.

If this has happened to you – do not fear! There are actually a whole range of methods you can try yourself at home to help clean and repair marks from your leather shoes.