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If it seems like most of the interesting boutiques in Mexico City's Roma neighborhood do double-duty as a store and something else, that's because they do. Goodbye Folk, a designer-owned clothing store, also houses its own hair salon, located in the back next to a rack of vintage-inspired sweaters and jackets. The store specializes in recycling period fabrics to create new designs and can custom-fit any item in the store with a two-day turnaround. Goodbye Folk's possible greatest contribution to Mexican fashion: handmade men's and women's shoes constructed with fine leathers in unique designs (like floral pattern boots). -George Nunes
This retail chain has been the best place to buy dancing shoes since 1940. You can find all types of dancing shoes in their extensive catalog. They offer leather and synthetic shoes, as well as clothes and accessories. There are three branches in the city, in the north (Satélite), center (Lindavista) and south (Santa Fe).
Without doubt this is one of the shoe-shops which specialize in men's shoes of most national renown. It offers only high quality footwear and only famous brand names. The prices are high but fair, since the shoes are not only very stylish but also offer durability and comfort. The variety of styles is also another reason for the store's popularity among the male population. They have more than 10 branches in Mexico DF.
In this little establishment, there are dozens of shelves which hold boxes and boxes of different models of shoes that correspond to a modern and casual line of footwear. Here you can find comfortable and lasting shoes designed for daily use. Although the shop doesn't have a great variety of models, the ones on display are great. The prices are average, but you can often get seasonal discounts.