April 27, 2009
Jack & Lily Review & Giveaway - CLOSED
Congratulations Terra H. !
My favorite pair is sweet cherries (1406). Thanks.-Terra H.partymix25(at)hotmail(dot)com
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About the company:
Jack & Lily is proud to provide ultra-soft, baby shoes. Made from the finest 'Lamb Touch' leather, our handcrafted slip-ons are the softest baby shoe available today. Specially designed to encourage a baby's development, our beautifully appointed, soft-soled shoes invite babies to discover, touch and smile. Playing with their new 'Soft Touch' patches or taking first steps, babies are well heeled to explore the world with our naturally durable, non-slip shoes. With more than 70 combinations of contemporary colors and distinct styles to choose from, Jack and Lily's baby shoes are always the perfect complement to any outfit. Jack and Lily is committed to the development of high quality baby footwear. Their company makes fashionable shoes for babies and toddlers.
Recently I had the chance to review a cute red and tan pair of Jack & Lily Shoes (see picture below). I actually had one of my friend’s little boy try them out. I figured if they could withstand the everyday wear and tear caused by an almost 2 year old, they are a pretty great product. He loved them. When I asked his mom if he could walk easily in the shoes she said “He RAN very well in the shoes.” I guess little boys rarely walk, but love to run.
Features of their shoes:
• Handcrafted in Canada from premium 'lamb touch' leather
• Leathers unique softness makes for a snug-yet-flexible fit
• Soft, flexible and skid resistant suede sole
• Gently-elasticized ankle provides comfort and support
• Easy to slip-on and they stay-on!
• Washable by hand or machine
What mom doesn't love easily cleanable shoes, especially with young children running around? I also love that these are easy to slip on and stay on. No one wants to wrestle with their kids to get the shoes on. These are great shoes, and I think an essential item for any kid's wardrobe.
If you are looking for something quick and easy to put on your little one to compliment an outfit, Jack and Lily are sure to have something for you. They also carry boots, and in their original collection they carry shoes that look like real shoes with out elastics around the back!
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