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Sarenza brings women's shoe line for winter
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Nov '10
Leading online shoe retailer, Sarenza are delighted to announce to all shoe lovers the arrival of a wide range of stylish womens boots for Winter 2010!

Just because the temperatures have dropped doesn't mean your feet need to be any less fashionable thanks to some of the best designs from across Europe. The French company have an array of chic names on their books with many unique styles you won't find anywhere else.

This winter, boots are everywhere with shoe boots, ankle boots, over the knee boots and fur-lined boots on the feet of every fashion-conscious woman. There are so many styles to choose from this year whether you want to work a pair of sexy high heeled boots or you need a comfy flat pair.

So, this being the case, why go anywhere other than Sarenza to find your dream winter boots? They have over 250 brands of shoes and over 10,000 models for men, women and children; the largest collection in the UK in fact.

They may have only launched in the UK this year, but Sarenza have already established themselves amongst the British fashionistas as the place to go for the very latest trends and most beautiful brands. With over 650 styles already online, they have the widest range of elegant boots online.

Brands such as Ash, Georgia Rose, Tamaris, House of Harlow and Geox are incredibly popular right now, with their boots flying off the shelves.

Buying Director, Constance Le Ferrand, says: "Boots are what make winter a beautiful season for women, that's why we picked up the best range possible of stylish boots at Sarenza".

Their success could be partly due to the fact that the staff are as passionate about shoes as the customers and show this by taking part in fashion shoots as models or declaring themselves as self-confessed shoe addicts, which is only natural with them being a Parisian-based company; the style capital of the world!

Created in 2005 and launched in the UK in the beginning of 2010, Sarenza has started to put their mark on the market and now its customers can make their mark every single day with a pair of boots from their winter collection.

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