Our versatile ladies canvas shoes keep your toes smiling wherever you are. Whether you're strolling around town or off on a weekend jaunt, their unrivalled comfort and bouncy soles are just bliss!
Featuring pops of colour, pretty patterns and lovely pastel hues, our spring/summer collection will add a playful zing to your wardrobe!
We expertly construct our canvas shoes to be super comfortable and durable, yet playful and pretty
Watch the video above to learn about what makes our canvas shoes so popular, and visit our 'What Makes It Moshulu' page to find out how we put the best into our other styles.
'Boogie' on down!
This season we welcome to the floor our new rock 'n' roll inspired casual canvas trainersBoogie and Bop!
Boogie brings a lovely chunky sole to the party, with our subtle botanical print gracing its side. Pretty grosgrain ribbon laces keep your feet snug and secure against the padded collar and tongue! Adorned with a choice of polka dots or intricate tile print, leap into the ever-so comfy Bop slip-on shoe, with its elasticated vents and breathable canvas it'll bring an extra zing to your step, and turn heads too!
Your old favourite bouncy breathable canvas shoes Marrakech 2 make a return for 2019, embellished with our unique hand drawn botanical print on its tongue. With a spare pair of contrasting laces, and funky stripe down the side, this classic style is at home in any setting. Cuddly Toy 2 also receives a makeover, now spangled with a choice of mini spots or polka dots. Look out for the indigo polka dot and blush polka dot colourways, which feature shimmering metallic dots!
Tried and tested
Lovely lifestyle blogger Lizzie Woodman put a pair of our sparkly Lindy Hop ladies trainers through their paces. Here's what she thought:
"These trainers have bouncy rubber soles with a layer of flexible cushioning foam and gorgeously soft and breathable uppers to keep you comfortable. They’re also very stylish – with glittery details and pretty grosgrain ribbon laces. They keep my feet happy all day long whether I’m pounding the pavement on the school run, pedalling away on my bike, or pottering into town for coffee."