A few days ago we covered our favorite accessories for back-to-school, but now we are moving on to talk about one of our favorite items - shoes! Not for us, shoes for our kids have come a long way with many offering a unique mix of functionality and fashion. Here are a few of our favorites:
Darby Boots: These cute and durable boots from KEEN are perfect for the fall and winter that feature a synthetic upper layer and a flannel color. Available in purple, black or brown, these boots have an easy zipper and a strong interior for the colder weather.
Stuart Weitzman Bunny Flats: A sparkly shoe for your toddler, we love how it sparkles and offers a comfortable flat so your little could run around.
Stuart Weitzman Poco Boots: A plush bootie for babies or toddler, we love the slight fringe that is mixed with some Native American-inspired looks.
Michael Kors Parson Boot: This looks like something we would wear, and we love how the MK kids line is durable and comfortable but also has some cute accents with a Kors heart on the boot.
Cole Haan Air Tali Elastic: Another sparkly shoe, we love this fun burgundy that is playful and exciting for little girls.
Cole Haan Air Franklin Oxford: Check out these sleek dress-up shoes for your little man! We love the texture, color and that they include laces for your kid to learn all about tying their own shoes.
Reebok Kids Smooth Flex: Sneakers are a staple at school, and we love these Smooth Flex ones from Reebok that come in cool colors and feature traction for running and play.
Tommy Hilfiger Toddler/Little Kid Mitch Boot: A great boot for boys, we love the color and high-rubber traction that allows little boys tumble, run and walk with ease.
Cole Haan Air Cory Loafers: We love these lightweight loafers that are perfect for back-to-school or some special occasion. Bonus: they are slip-on for easy on-and-off in the morning.
Keen Kids Rintin: Another pair of comfy loafers, these rintin ones from KEEN are super soft and comfortable while also being easy to place on.
This is just a small sampling of the back-to-shoes that are out there. Tell us all about your favorite brands and styles and what you look for in shoes for your kids.
Stay tuned for our next post where we cover our favorite clothing picks
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