When I'm shopping for shoes for my daughter I want something feminine since she wears primarily dresses, but also playground worthy since she is, after all, a five-year-old. She's a kid and needs to be comfortable and ready for anything. She's starting kindergarten next month and she'll have more sports, more recess and many more challenges.Morgan & Milo's shoes are like dressed up sneakers. In a word: perfect.
What I love most about Morgan & Milo's shoes are the whimsical details like flowers, stars, Houndstooth and the contemporary colors like magenta, kelly green with navy, and greige. For my daughter, it's all about the sparkle and her favorite colors. The above Sparkle Floral Mary Jane come in: light pink, hot pink, purple and red. I don't know how she would pick! Oh, and another very important reason to love Morgan & Milo is the price. High fashion, yes. Big price tag, nope. The above shoes range from $41 - $46. Perfect!
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