Monday, October 12, 2015

Bucketfeet Now Have Shoes for Toddlers and Mitscoots Have Socks for Toddlers Too!



Shoes!!! who doesn’t just love shoes, especially kids shoes right?!? We recently were sent a pair of Pink Elephant Slip On Shoes from Bucketfeet. To say these shoes are cute is a huge understatement. I gave Fallon a few choices online and these are the ones she chose.




They are a little big on her (I did that on purpose  so she can grow into them). The second they came she wanted to put them on. As you can tell from her smile, she loves them. They are very well made and perfect for toddlers to just slip on and they are good to go. She can’t tie her shoes yet, so they are just right for her.


Bucketfeet just started making toddler sizes so we were thrilled to try out the new line for little ones. They have so many to chose from that range in size from 4-10 for toddlers, and kids from size 11-4, and they have for both boys and girls. To make things even better, they also have adult sizes. There are a few pairs I’m looking at for me and one has a keyboard on them.




The thing I like most about these shoes is that the elephant is split, so you really have to look at it to see the whole thing. To me that’s is what makes this design special and unique.


Before I forget, one of the really cool things about the company bucketfeet is… If you are an artist or a designer, you can actually submit a design to them and it may get to be on a shoe!!!!


There really is a style for everyone, so I would go and take a look at them today. You never know, you may just find your new favorite shoe. 




Fun shoes are amazing for toddlers, and fun socks just add an extra awesome touch to jazz up any outfit and create a funky look! Paige recently received a couple of pairs of socks from an amazing charity minded business named Mitscoots and was very impressed with the quality and style of these socks!


An awesome company known for making great socks and for giving away lots of socks to those in need! Mitscoots makes socks in three different styles -- casual, active and performance. The casual socks show off fun and funky colors and definitely get noticed. The athletic and performance socks are road tested and hold up perfectly for running trails or running errands. New this year, boot socks! They're the perfect mix of comfort and class. Mitscoots boot socks are crafted with a temper-padded sole and the top of each sock has a suede accent strap with the signature “M” logo. Mitscoots employs those transitioning out of homelessness to package up the socks at their headquarters in Austin, Texas. Plus, for every pair purchased they give away a pair to someone in the United States! Learn more at www.mitscoots.com.
The colors of the socks I received are so fun! I received a bright purple pair (which ironically match so well with my favorite scrubs) and also a taller pair of mixed colored stripped socks. What I love about these socks are they are not too thin, or too thick. They are perfect to wear during the summer, but warm enough for the not-so harsh Florida winters. They are thick enough that I know I will have a long time of wear out of them without them getting holes or being worn out! Overall, I am very impressed with this brand, and think they make such a cute added touch to any outfit, especially when paired with a cute pair of toddler shoes! 


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