Meet Fort Worth's Finest: Stanley Eisenman

Fort Worth Fashion

To truly know someone is to walk a mile in their shoes – or in Stanley Eisenman’s case, to find them the pair of shoes in which they’ll walk many miles. But, Fort Worthians already know this. 

For over sixty years, the Eisenman family has been elevating Fort Worth’s retail experience one Fort Worthian – and lucky traveler to our city – at a time. Started in 1950 as a leased shoe department inside The Fair Department store, then moving in the 1960s to store operated by the Monnig Family and finally to their own free standing locations in 1987. Stanley Eisenman’s Fine Shoes is undoubtedly interwoven with Fort Worth history and culture. 

Recognizing the specialty nature of the shoe business and wanting to capitalize on the unique buying perspective, Stanley opened his own stores, Stanley Eisenman Fine Shoes

Through combining a curated collection of shoe brands, their own in-house shoe line and an emphasis on hard-to-find sizes (from 4 to 12 in AAAA to B widths) with a personalized shopping experience (or delivery!), Stanley Eisenman Shoes became the Fort Worth institution we know and love today. 

Peppered between fan-favorite brands like Pedro Garcia, Stuart Weitzman and Paul Green, are  handbags, clothing and jewelry, making Stanley Eisenman Fine Shoes our go-to for both shoes and accessories. And, with two locations, it’s an easy and convenient way to shop our favorite brands, locally – whether we’re looking for daytime footwear, special occasion or designer sneakers.

To celebrate Stanley Eisenman Fine Shoes joining The Scout Guide Fort Worth Volume 7, we worked with their lovely team to scout a few favorite finds. Keep reading to shop our finds + call their Camp Bowie (817.731.2555) or Clearkfork (817.377.9399) shops to purchase! 


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