Kids Summer Sandals at Brantano - Review

I am obsessed with buying kids clothing and shoes. I think about 80% goes on them. With summer on its way, we were given the opportunity to try out a pair of summer sandals for E from Brantano's range. Choosing a pair was tough. They have such a gorgeous selection and at the end it was between the Sketchers Paw Princess (E actually saw these and wanted them herself - I think it's because they had a cat on them!) and the Hush Puppies Vikkie Smart Sandals.


I chose the Hush Puppies in infant size 5 as pink would go with more of her outfits. E was wearing size 4 and I knew she wouldn't be in them very long so I went up to be sure she'd get the wear out of them all summer. As soon as they arrived, E said "ah pretty shoes!" and asked me to put them on right away. I think the pink glitter was a sure winner!




I love that they have a thick sole but still look fashionable. I know that they're supporting her feet well. The little flowers are E's favourite feature, I think! I struggle with new shoes and the tiniest bit of thread poking out irritates me to no end and I'm left with sores and blisters. E has worn these shoes almost constantly for about two weeks now, all without socks on, and she hasn't had a single issue. They fit well and she can walk perfectly in them. I love that they have Velcro straps around the toe as well as the ankle so I can fit them to her foot width easily.





The Hush Puppies retail at only £30 (but are actually on sale right now for only £20!) which I think is very reasonable for such a fantastic and high quality shoe. This particular shoe is available in sizes 4-9 but if your child doesn't wear this size, I'm sure you could find something from the Brantano Summer sandals range to suit.
(We received these sandals for the purpose of this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.)
 

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