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Loungers in Tokyo

Loungers in Tokyo

The Uwabaki

One Japanese tradition that I became a huge fan of was that of the Uwabaki. Uwabaki are a type of shoes or slippers that are worn indoors. Back home, most people are either barefoot in their homes or wear shoes that they would typically wear outdoors, especially if they are in public buildings. In Japanese culture, however, it is necessary to remove your shoes when you enter someone else’s home or property. Not only does this show respect, but it is also done to protect wooden floors, rugs, tatami (grass mats) and carpets from getting dirty or damaged.

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Loungers and the Perfect Vacation in the British Countryside

Loungers and the Perfect Vacation in the British Countryside

Don’t you find it odd that as Londoners we excel at styling up the most disheveled of outfits with a sleek trench coat but being caught in our flip-flops causes us unbearable embarrassment? And rightly so, our footwear defines our style preferences and statements because it attracts immediate attention.

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Loungers in Vienna

Loungers in Vienna

Also in the opera houses of Vienna, particularly the Vienna State Opera, you can find men and women playing out tunes in harmony. Our Loungers slippers are perfect for both musicians to be at their best while performing, as they combine the classic touch of velvet and are made with the comfort and care of Italy! 

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