Boumy: Cute Shoes for Little Feet


I can't believe my daughter is almost six months old! Where has the time gone? Now that it is getting cold, I have been protecting her tiny and oh, so cute feet with socks. I have also been searching for a durable and fashionable shoe for her and found the perfect fit in her new pair of Boumy slippers.

Created by Anouk Henderson in 1998 in the Netherlands, Boumy is renowned for their superior quality leather and craftsmanship as well as for their Dutch flair and fashion-forward designs. Anouk continues to design the Boumy collection which all focuses on minimalist designs with high quality construction.


They recently launched a buttery soft, contemporary baby and toddler shoes featuring floral designs, stars and polka dots for girls and deep navy's browns and striped slippers for boys. One of the best designs for both is the adorable Mocassin Sand that is made from 100% soft leather.


We tested out the equally cute Flower Power Purple and it's rich tones of purple of silver. I loved the look but I loved the functionality even more complete with an elastic ankle that made it easy for her foot to slip in and stay in without pitching or irritating her. The shoes, like all shoes from the Boumy line, are made from 100% soft leather and the soles are slightly roughend for a fantastic grip, which I tested out by holding her in a standing position. Although she is far from crawling, I loved this feature and I am excited to really put it to work in a few months. Additionally, the shoes are all designed to support healthy foot development - helping babies and toddlers with a '??natural gripping'? ability with their feet. In fact, Boumy even describes this sensation as "walking around barefoot."

Available for babies and toddlers 0-2 years old, Boumy's modern approach to design and superior quality is fantastic shoe that babies will feel comfortable wearing.

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