Disclaimer : I was gifted one pair of Attipas shoes for the purpose of this review, however this is not a paid review and all opinions are my own.
I both love and hate having a girl when it comes to clothes. I love it because girl's clothes and shoes are just so gosh darn adorable! But I hate how light it makes my wallet. I hate it more when I come across something like these Attipas shoes and I just want to go out and buy more!
Shoes for babies and toddlers are hard. You want them to be supportive but not restrictive. Often I find shoes for bubs are either too flimsy and fall off with every movement, or they are too hard and ridged and don't move well with babies and toddlers as the move around. But Attipas Baby and Toddler Shoes are really practical and functional little shoes.
The Koala has been putting these to the test for the last week. First, she inspected the box, seemly approving of the design (and stopping mummy from taking a photo).Then she put them through the paces on her feet - crawling, walking, tumbling... and again, not letting mummy take photos because she was too busy moving!
In the box they look heavy, but when you take them out, you realise they are actually lightweight and flexible.
I'm not sure how they would hold up in an outdoor playground with the sock-style uppers, my Koala isn't quite up to playing in an outdoor playground stage. But they are perfect for indoors and around the shops. Once on, she didn't even seem to notice much that they were there.
Initially I thought they might look a little weird and bulbous on the Koala's feet with those reinforce toes, but surprisingly they don't. The shoes seems to fit really well to my little girls feet, and I'm totally loving the design. Attipas Shoes have a bunch of gorgeous designs, and there seems to be different designs hitting the online store on a regular basis. I have some cute little leopard print shoes for my girl, but I love the little ballet slippers and the red shoes with one dots... so adorable!
So finally, my little confession... I've been scouting the Attipas website and have already picked out AT LEAST 3 designs I want for the koala. I may have in fact be about to purchased one. Don't tell my husband!
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