Friday, 20 April 2012

Inch Blue shoe review

The lovely company Inch Blue contacted me to see if I would like to review a pair of their shoes and I jumped at the chance, they asked me to choose a pair I liked and they would send them to me, for anyone that has visited Inch Blue's website you will understand how hard it was to pick just one pair of their shoes, they are all absolutely gorgeous. After browsing all the shoes I decided on the Mary Jane Primrose shoes from the Mary Jane section because these would go with most of Rhian's outfits. They sent them out to me really quickly despite having to make them for us, I thought that was pretty good service. 
They come in a lovely bag giving that extra special touch
& would make a perfect present


So onto the actual shoes, they are made from soft natural leather with suede soles making these perfect on our wooden floor. The ankle part of the shoe is elasticated allowing you to easily put them on and take them off, they stay on whilst Rhian is walking about in her walker, which is great because they help her grip the floor and have nice cosy toes. The inside of the shoes are soft and have no rough seams, they are very well made shoes. 
lovely flower detailing

The shoes are a pale yellow in colour with a beautiful flower detail on the side

Rhian has been wearing hers for about 3 weeks now so have moulded to her foot nicely, she does like to take them off every now and then to have a chew but Inch Blue's shoes are chrome 6 free and vigorously safety checked,  making them 100% safe. 
The Mary Jane shoe comes in four different sizes between 0-24 months but Inch Blue do cater for children up to the age of 6

Rhian can move her foot as she would if she had no shoes on

They retail at £18.00 but for that you get soft breathable leather and a shoe that will last and keep nice because they are easy to clean. You know you are getting a quality shoe for your child's soft, growing feet. I highly recommend Inch Blue for you babies shoes.

We received one pair of shoes for the purpose of this review, all opinions are my own.


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