Care for Leather Shoes

Do-It-Yourself Suede Shoe Repair

Do-It-Yourself Suede Shoe Repair

Feeling blue without your trusty suede shoes? A stunning suede kick can...

Can You Clean Scuff Marks on Patent Leather Tan Shoes?

Can You Clean Scuff Marks on Patent Leather Tan Shoes?

Tan shoes are tough to keep clean -- period. The light color shows off...

Ways to Shine Black Leather Boots

Ways to Shine Black Leather Boots

Take an ordinary outfit, add a pair of black leather boots, and you just...

How to Remove Wrinkles from Leather Shoes

How to Remove Wrinkles from Leather Shoes

Leather forms creases when the material sags under its own weight or...

The Best Way to Dry Wet Leather Shoes

The Best Way to Dry Wet Leather Shoes

What's the best way to dry leather shoes? As soon as possible! You need...

Care for Leather Shoes Articles

Do-It-Yourself Suede Shoe Repair

Do-It-Yourself Suede Shoe Repair

Feeling blue without your trusty suede shoes? A stunning suede kick can stay a stylista's staple shoe for years, so long as it remains in good condition. Unfortunately, suede doesn't always survive the test of time, even with pre-emptive water-...

How to Care for Your Suede & Faux Fur Winter Boots

How to Care for Your Suede & Faux Fur Winter Boots

If you want to keep your feet warm and toasty while still looking stylish during cold winter months, invest in a pair of suede and faux fur boots. Durable suede will protect your feet against the elements, such as snow and ice, while the faux fur...

The Best Suede Cleaner to Remove Scuff Marks From Suede Boots

The Best Suede Cleaner to Remove Scuff Marks From Suede Boots

In the brand’s care instructions, Steve Madden shoes recommends using a suede protector, typically sold in an aerosol spray, to guard suede footwear from scuffs, stains and water damage. When there are scuff marks or dried mud on your boots,...

What Are Brushed-Leather Shoes?

What Are Brushed-Leather Shoes?

Brushed leather, also called nubuck, is a high-quality, durable type of leather that feels super-soft. While most brushed-leather styles are casual, brushed-leather boots make for a dressy look. Brushed-leather shoes can be a perfect match for...

The Best Way to Shine Leather Shoes

The Best Way to Shine Leather Shoes

What stands out about you? Is it your fierce hair color, mesmerizing looks or keen sense of fashion? Maybe it's the whole package -- or maybe it's your shoes! A good pair of stylish leather shoes is timeless, especially if the leather shoes are...

Can You Clean Scuff Marks on Patent Leather Tan Shoes?

Can You Clean Scuff Marks on Patent Leather Tan Shoes?

Tan shoes are tough to keep clean -- period. The light color shows off every scuff mark and dirt speck that appear like magic on your shoes. If your tan pumps or flats are patent leather, then you've really got a job on your hands. The shiny...

How to Care for Clarks Leather Wallabee Shoes

How to Care for Clarks Leather Wallabee Shoes

Durable and progressive, the Wallabee moccasin design has outlasted the changeable temperaments of fashion trends. Since it's a footwear classic that you'll want to keep around, take the time to properly care for your Wallabee shoes. Buffed,...

Ways to Shine Black Leather Boots

Ways to Shine Black Leather Boots

Take an ordinary outfit, add a pair of black leather boots, and you just increased the sex appeal of your look a hundred percent. There are all kinds of black leather boots out there, from tough, flat-bottomed combat boots to stiletto-heeled...

How to Care for Burnished Nubuck Leather Shoes

How to Care for Burnished Nubuck Leather Shoes

Burnished nubuck offers the smooth texture of suede and the look of soft leather, a win-win that makes you look smart and sophisticated. Versatile nubuck graces strappy sandals, preppy boat shoes, flats, trainers and low boots. Bottom line: this...

How to Keep Shoes in Good Condition

How to Keep Shoes in Good Condition

When you add a pair of leather loafers, trendy tennies or high heels to your shoe stash, you definitely want it to last. If you're the kind of girl that likes to shuck your kicks and leave them wherever they fall -- think again. A little TLC can...

How to Remove Wrinkles from Leather Shoes

How to Remove Wrinkles from Leather Shoes

Leather forms creases when the material sags under its own weight or when moisture permeates the surface of leather shoes creating creases. Over time these ridges may form a permanent mark in the leather. Stomp unsightly crinkles from leather...

When to Wear White Leather Shoes

When to Wear White Leather Shoes

There's something about finding a pair of white leather shoes that's like finding a four-leaf clover. Since white shoes cause all sorts of panic over the right season and whether they look sleek or too industry-specific -- think white clogs paired...

The Best Way to Dry Wet Leather Shoes

The Best Way to Dry Wet Leather Shoes

What's the best way to dry leather shoes? As soon as possible! You need to take care of this problem right away, then take preventative measures to limit problems with wet leather shoes in the future.

How to Sterilize Leather Shoes

How to Sterilize Leather Shoes

You've just spotted the cutest, barely-worn pair of vintage Louboutins in the window of a thrift store. You're first thought is, "score!" and your second thought is, "ewwww, used shoes." Relax, ladies. Second-hand, used, vintage or hand-me-down...

How to Get Spots Out of Leather Shoes

How to Get Spots Out of Leather Shoes

Leather shoes can be a fabulous wardrobe accessory, available in lots of colors and styles to match just about any outfit or style. But walking around in those fabulous shoes can expose the leather to all sorts of elements, such as water, dirt,...

The Best Way to Waterproof Leather Shoes

The Best Way to Waterproof Leather Shoes

Leather shoes or boots may be your go-to kicks in wet, cold weather, but like polka dots and stripes, leather and water are born enemies that weren't made to mix. Water changes the texture of leather shoes, causing them to age, crack and even...

The Best Way to Clean Leather Shoes

The Best Way to Clean Leather Shoes

Nothing makes an outfit perfect like the perfect pair of shoes. Unfortunately, nothing ruins that perfection like a pair of ratty, dirty shoes. Even the most stylish among us has to walk through salt-encrusted slush or a dusty driveway once in a...

How to Keep White Leather Shoes From Becoming Yellow

How to Keep White Leather Shoes From Becoming Yellow

White leather is a tricky mistress. It looks super hot when it's shiny and new, but straight out of the thrift shop when it gets yellow and discolored. Keep your white leather kicks looking fresh and fierce by using some preventative measures and...

How to Care for Oiled Leather Shoes

How to Care for Oiled Leather Shoes

Spending a mound of precious pennies on leather shoes can leave a financial sting, but knowing those babies will be around long term helps dull the pain. That's partly what makes oiled leather shoes so undeniably awesome -- they're naturally...

How to Stop Squeaky Leather Shoes

How to Stop Squeaky Leather Shoes

Usually, when someone tells you your shoes are too loud, they don't mean it literally! With some troublesome pairs of leather shoes, however, the noise is all too real and all to audible. Squeaks in every step can rob you of your grace while...

How to Care for Leather-Soled Shoes

How to Care for Leather-Soled Shoes

If the adorable shoe fits buy it, especially if it's on sale. Don't be intimidated by the leather soles. Because leather can require so much care, many women fear that shoes with leather soles require a lot of upkeep. Actually, leather soles...

How to Care for Leather Shoes

How to Care for Leather Shoes

If you're a shoe fan you'll know that leather not only looks and feels more expensive and luxurious than vinyl, but it also lasts longer. Even though that amazing pair of leather boots cost more than you usually pay for rent, a little TLC will get...

advertisement

Just for you

What type are you?

Choose your Body Type
or Register
Daily Look

advertisement

How would you like to register?

Register with Facebook
  • It's fast, easy and hassle-free
  • One-click log-in and commenting
Register with typeF.com
  • Use your email to create your account
Register