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Novesta trainers have a classic, versatile style that makes them perfect for a huge range of outfits. On top of that they’re effortlessly comfortable, affordable, and with our Novesta voucher codes you can get these practical shoes at an even cheaper price than usual.
If you’re looking for shoes that can fit in with pretty much every casual outfit around, then you might be interested in our Novesta voucher codes, allowing you to get perfect versatile shoes for up to 50% off. Novesta shoes come in a range of colours and materials, but tend to stick to a similar design of a white rubber heel and simple lacing.
You can go for a more elegant style of Novesta brown suede shoes, or the casual, rubber capped Novesta star master trainers. Whatever you fancy, you’re sure to find it in the Novesta sale, where we’re offering up to 50% off selected pieces.
How to Get Novesta Discount Codes
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Thanks to our Refer a Friend scheme your friends can get a nice little discount on our products. All you need to do is share your discount code on social media or invite your friends via email to send them £5 worth of credit. You’ll then get £5 to spend in store when they spend £30 or more in their first shop.
If you’re lucky enough to still be a student then hop over to our Student Discount page and get 10% off Anderson’s and plenty more brands. Still not enough? Then try waiting for one of our special double discount days and get up to 20% off! But remember to qualify you will need a valid NUS or student card.
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A Brief History of Novesta
Novesta wasn’t the cut off from a big brand, or something that a celebrity started up for fun, and actually had fairly humble beginnings. Starting out in the small Slovakian town of Partizánske, shoemaker Jan Antonin Bata set up a factory in 1930 that produced simple rubber shoes. His factory continued on quite happily until 1992 when the suppliers changed to a brand, and the Novesta we know today was born.