Umi Shoes Spring Line

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Every time a new season rolls around for Umi Shoes I squeal in delight.  Hands (and feet) down these are my favorite shoes for my children.  Now instead of wistfully browsing through the girl section I finally get to partake in all of its glory thanks to my baby girl.

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Let’s start with my baby girl:  Cassia

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As she gains confidence and strength, toddler girls Cassia supports every step of the way. Vibrant colors and feminine accents team up with a nurturing fit. With Umi’s environmentally friendly, herbal footbed for healthy feet. Non-skid outsole and adjustable hook and loop closure.

Retails for $50.00

 

For my oldest:  Damian

damianOn field trip day, your boy can’t wait to slip on his Umi shoes and hit the road. Modeled after traditional oxford sneakers, the Damian offers a happy medium between practical and cool, whether he’s on his way to the natural history museum or the city aquarium. Canvas upper with grippy rubber soles: choose either two-toned navy and gray or the slightly edgier scratch print.

Retails for $40.00

Stay tuned for the sandal adventures of my youngest son!

My take:  It amazes me the difference in size between my oldest child and my youngest.  Take a look:

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I can’t say enough about these darling baby shoes.  I can’t wait until she begins to take her first steps as I am confident these will be the shoes in which she does.  The level of detail is exquisite, from the wonderful contrasting colors (the perfect shade of pewter next to the burnt orange and deep pink) to the little details such as the flower and stitching makes these shoes so beautiful.  I keep all of my children’s first shoes and I am proud that these will be hers.  As for the big boy- he is definitely moving out of the boy stage and transforming  into a guy and these shoes are a great statement to this.  Easy to slip on thanks to the velcro, cool contrasting colors and above all a super comfortable fit.

 

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I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. I did a receive free product samples to keep for my testing purposes. I was under no obligation to write a positive review or host a giveaway in return for the product. Receiving the product for free did not persuade my personal beliefs or views. My views are solely my own opinions.

 

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