Smarten up your footwear repertoire with some handmade shoes from Church, the 150-year-old English family brand with a serious knack for leatherwork. The first Church factory – a modest operation in Northampton – was set up by a husband-wife duo in 1873. Before long, the industrial boom took the label from local to global. By the early 1900s, Church was shipping its shoes across the Atlantic to America and Canada.

Today, Church's shoes are renowned for their enduring design and durable leather uppers. From classically British Chelsea boots to dapper velvet loafers, this footwear is executed with an attention to fine detail that brings a highly polished look to each pair. Eagle-eyed gents will appreciate the artful stitching, meticulous perforation and wingcap motifs dotted on the Oxfords and brogues throughout the collection. With these thoughtful additions, you won't be surprised to learn that every pair of Church shoes takes between eight and ten weeks to make.

You may recognise Church's signature double-strap monk shape, made with silver-toned or rhodium-finished buckles. For formal events or in-office days, Church's designer lace-up shoes bring undeniable refinement, thanks to their sleek silhouettes and neutral colourways. Add finesse to your footwear and discover the full selection at Selfridges.

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