If you're a fan of Puma, you might like to know that the Puma Basket trainers are back on the shelves.
A limited edition reissue, this much loved basketball shoe and pre-cursor to the classic Clyde is back with an original shape and colourway, specifically white with a deep red stripe on the side and heel, gold slipping in for the branding.
The upper is a premium leather and the price online is £55.
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It's got a 1950s twist, but the Ashcott Monk shoe by Clarks actually dates back to the 1970s.
I'm guessing the shoe was brought out to take advantage of the 70s rock 'n' roll revival, as this new issue is apparently out 'to coincide with this season's rockabilly trend'. So if you want a 50s look with a 70s twist, here it is.
Made of black suede, with a monk strap, silver-effect buckle, a chequered trim and classic crepe sole, it's yours for £69.
Animal prints go in and out of mainstream fashion, but they have long remained a popular piece in retro fashion wardrobes. For an instant injection of 50s style, leopard print is always a classic – especially effective in your accessories.
These Leather Leopard Print Court Shoes from River Island are the ideal choice for regular wear. With a closed toe and exaggerated bubbly front. A wearable mid heel means the shape isn't over the top, allowing the bold leopard print to shine.
Get them now from River Island for £49.99.