I hate to break it to you, but back-to-school season is here. Oh, cringe! How could it be? Didn’t summer just begin? Don’t stress just yet—lazy mornings, afternoon swims and neighborhood BBQs don’t have to end for a couple more weeks for most of us, BUT it is time to start gearing up (literally) for school to be back in session.
Since I was a kid myself, nothing felt more like BTS than a pair of brand spankin’ new shoes. Something about new shoes equals new school year to me. This year, make life easy and shop KidsShoes.com for the most on-trend and responsibly priced shoes around. And best of all, you won’t even have to leave your lounge chair to get that Back to School shopping item checked off the list!
My two girls are all about fashion these days. Sloane just turned seven and goes for bright, bold and girly. Gigi, a sixth grader, wants edgy style that also has the comfort factor covered. What I like about KidsShoes.com is they have designer brands that I already know work for us like Sam Edelman, Michael Kors and Kenneth Cole. I also love that the selection feels a bit more curated, so I don’t have to sift through pages and pages of styles. It made it a whole lot easier for my girls to pick out what they liked best on their own.
Finding the right size and sizing info for kids shoes is always a little tricky. I used the KidSizing™ tool that’s exclusive to KidsShoes.com. It allows you to measure your kid’s foot via their iPad app. Once they have your child’s size they will then recommend the correct size for your kid from brand to brand. And if by chance they don’t fit, they have a really easy—and free—return policy. Gotta love that!
For a limited time, you’ll also receive a cute back-to-school bundle of school supplies in your package that will get your little student ready to head back to the classroom. Happy shoe shopping! #shopkidsshoes
PERK ALERT! Project Junior readers can get 20% off at KidsShoes.com by using the coupon code: project nursery (code expires 1/1/2018)
Products and/or samples were received but all the opinions are my own.