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I LOVE shoes. Even more than shoe shopping for myself, I love shopping for my two little girls. But with many of the shoes currently available for kids, it’s hard to find brands created in the USA. That’s why I was super excited to discover Freshly Picked! Freshly Picked was created by a mom who was frustrated with the lack of well-made baby shoes available. She created the Freshly Picked brand which features adorable and stylish, 100% leather, handmade in the USA moccasins! These super cute shoes are available in infant/toddler sizes 1 through 10 and a variety of bright colors (it will be hard to choose just one!).
All Freshly Picked shoes are made of durable leather with soft sole bottoms which are perfect for growing little feet. They also have elastic at the opening so they fit around your child’s ankles and don’t easily slip off. My little one was able to try the Radiant Orchid Moccasins and absolutely loves them! Although she has a limited 19 month old vocabulary, she still eagerly says “shoes!” whenever she spots her new moccasins and loves wearing them around the house or to play outside. They fit just right with bare feet or socks and seem to be very comfortable to her.
To shop these unique and highly adorable shoes for your little boy or girl head over to freshly-picked.myshopify.com.
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