Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Flipflop Season

I love flip flops and I have been constantly checking out everyone else's shoes as the weather starts to warm up here in the Pacific Northwest.

I am already walking flip flops to the bus stop rain or shine, yes I am that mom. I am in dire need of a new pair. I have taken to looking at OnlineShoes several times this past week and filling up my cart. I just can't decide what to buy.

Here are my latest picks:

Women's Vionic with Orthaheel Technology Tide II
Classic black, comfortable, cute and functional.
 
Women's ECCO Kawaii Sandal
Pop of color, functional, durable and I can wear with just about everything. The only problem is they don't have them in my size right now.
 
Love! Could wear with EVERYTHING for sure, but they kind of remind me of a Birkenstock. I know those are back in style, but I just can't go there.
 
Do you have a favorite flip flop? I have heard Reef flip flops are the best, sadly OnlineShoes does not carry Reef. I need a pair that will last me more then one summer, I will admit I will wear them a lot. Maybe, I need two pairs.
 
Happy Wednesday!
 
- Jen
 
All shoes featured above are available via OnlineShoes.com.  I am on a panel for them and working with them to feature shoes. Thank you for supporting a local Seattle Company.
 
 

2 comments:

  1. I am a huge fan of the Nike Celso flip flops. I bought a pair 4 years ago just because they happened to be the only pair in my size (11) in the store at the time and was soon completely in love with them. They are comfortable and don't have a leather foot bed so they don't get stinky. They have seen better days so I was sad to have to part with them this year...I figured they'd be long discontinued at this point and I didn't have a model name for them...until I found them in a store this spring. Part of me thinks I shoul dstock up in case they actually DO get discontinued in the next 4 years...

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  2. I have not found a pair of flip flops that didn't kill me between the toes! Ouchie!

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