Our feel-good technologies, specially developed for women, start exactly where the shoe pinches.
Jennifer Schleich, the blogger, will tell you her top 3 Christmas tips so that your Christmas presents this year will be absolute eye-catchers.
Inspired by Hygge, blogger Jennifer Schleicher will give you tips on how to get comfortable in the upcoming Advent season.
It’s time again. The Advent season is just around the corner and it’s getting hyggelig! But what does „Hygge“ actually mean? You can find out everything about it here!
Inspired by the beauty of nature, blogger Louisa shows you her cuddly feel-good looks for autumn.
How to style the shiny block heels
Beads, rivets or buckles? Rough boots reinterpreted!
Our new Oktoberfest styles are here!
Learn everything about the fiery red trend of the season!
Discover everything about our after-summer Business To-Dos now.
Discover the new androgynous style now!
Let yourself be inspired by the tranquillity and spirituality of ballet with Janni Delér.
“Backless“ is the catchphrase of the summer – with this trend, the end of the shoe is quite literally open. Whether babouche or mule, sling or sabot – they are all a cause of excitement among fans of fashion.
Our Tamaris Heart & Sole technology!
Ellen Haselaars provides the answers.
Discover our new Heart & Sole technology!
Read more about Ellen Haselaars!
How to wear the new ‘Opium’ collection.
Why Marcel Ostertag’s new ‘Opium’ collection is an exciting journey through time.
Get to know the creative fashion designer!
Discover the new collection of Marcel Ostertag X Tamaris!
Blogger Lisa shares her styling tips with you!
Sophia shows you how to combine the soft powder tones perfectly!
A trip together with blogger Julia into the woods!
Discover all Fashletics by Tamaris news now!
From A is for ankle strap to Z is for zoccoli. Learn what key words are used to describe shoes and what they mean.
Tamaris makes your walk with their technologies much more comfortable.
Shoe production is very complex. It takes a lot of individual pieces, put together by hand, before the first prototype is ready.