I'm turning my girls into pint-sized fashionistas. Venettini Kids sent us some loafers to liven up our shoe closet and we're smitten. For over 20 years, Venettini has been designing and manufacturing luxury children'??s footwear with an emphasis on fashion and style--and it shows. We've been sporting the Black Croc Patent loafers to holiday parties ($70). Mom loves the style, the girls love the fit and the beauty.
Their team of top European designers has kept Venettini at the cutting edge of design without ever getting too trendy to look cheap. It's all about tasteful fashion that appeals to discerning moms and the kids they dress. If you are looking for a shoe that can be worn to outings and school these loafers are flawless. They also make boys styles. Check out the Nelie Toddler Brown Suede loafer for boys ($77.50) The exceptional craftsmanship and quality of each shoe assures a proper, healthy and very comfortable fit for each child.
The Pewter Patent pair takes a wardrobe staple and updates it to be cool and trendy.
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The Ciarra Brown Patent Boot ($63.50) might just make me happy about a long winter.
Venettini can be found on www.zappos.com, www.saksfifthavenue.com, www.amazon.com and www.shoes.com, among other specialty shoe retailers in the United States.
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did get samples of the loafers--ohlala.