YULL shoes; Made in England

Long time blog readers will know how much I champion Sarah, the brains and beauty behind shoe label Yull; I currently own two pairs- Chelsea and Primrose and I can’t speak highly enough of the design and craftmanship.

Sarah got in touch the other day to let me know that Yull is the only independent now manufacturing ladies’ high heels in the UK, which is really quite incredible! The photos above showcase a few of the newest styles from Yull, but I decided against sharing them all…because that means you’ll have to wait and take a look yourself!
The shoes are also being made as small as a 2.5 now for you petite ladies out there; I know this will be good news for some!

Watch a Yull shoe being made!

What do you think folks? Have I sold you on the wonder of these shoes yet? I really can’t speak highly enough, and yes, they may be more expensive than popping along to the highstreet, but I can personally vouch for the comfort and longevity of these shoes; coupled with the fact they are made with love and care!

Happy Saturday folks, enjoy your weekend

((and please note Sarah did not pay/bribe/maim/torture me in to writing this post. I just love her, and her brand a lot more than is healthy))


8 comments for “YULL shoes; Made in England

  1. Yay for size 2.5! Like the traditional court shoes xx

  2. Great vid! Love seeing the making of things.. πŸ™‚

    Emma x

  3. the shoes look so classic, always nice X

  4. They do look classy and comfortable…also slightly out of my price range for the time being, boo :'(

  5. I really like the fact that they are made in England, Im always happy to purchase products which dont have to be imported to us πŸ™‚

    Jess x

  6. I can understand why you love the shoes, I just had a cheeky look and I am already coveting Cheltenham and Landsdowne. If only I were a millionaire…xxx

  7. I love those shoes – thanks for the intro to a fantastic brand. As a giant size 7, I’m usually capable of find shoes in my size but I have friends who are tinsy size 3s and 4s who would love this brand so I’ll be sure to pass the word along.

  8. I’ve always liked the look of Yull shoes, I won a pair once but never got them (the blogger not Yull’s fault) will have to save up my pennies! x