With 550 shops on the British high street, Shoe Zone are the leading footwear retailer in the UK and I am happy to announce that I am a Shoe Zone Mummy this year, reviewing shoes for Amy or myself every single month.
For weeks now the anticipation has been rising with the music festival season getting closer and closer! What ever style of music you are into, whether it be dance, pop or rock, there is a festival out there for you.
This month was Emmy’s turn to review a fabulous ‘her’ pair of shoes, the Ascot Navy Girls High Tops.
I¬†suffer with hip dysplasia so comfort is a priority for me where shoes are concerned, especially as I can’t drive yet and walk miles most days.
Comfort often means compromising on style but that’s not the case with the multi-coloured stripy ballerina pumps I was sent to try.
With summer (hopefully) approaching, it is time to kit out the children with some clothes and footwear that will see them through the warmer weather. Freddy is now at the age when he loves to explore, run around and have fun in the sun, so some casual, fun, canvas shoes are a seasonal essential. As he is learning to be more independent, having a pair of shoes he can get on and off himself is a real bonus. Continue reading Boys canvas review