Inch Blue: A Review

By | January 26, 2011

I’ve admired Inch Blue shoes for a while now so was thrilled to find an e-mail asking if I’d like to choose a pair from the Love collection to review in time for Valentines Day.

Of course I e-mailed straight back and said I’d love to but the hard part was picking just one pair.  To be honest, the whole range is gorgeous but I decided on these ones:

C was more than happy to try them on when they arrived, sitting down nicely before I’d even asked her to!  They’re a tiny bit big for her at the moment but the elastic at the ankle means she can still wear them without them falling off.

They’re a lovely soft leather and even I, who didn’t put a shoe on C’s foot until she walked, would be happy to let a newborn wear these.

The sole is soft, non-slip suede, which is great as we have a combination of carpets, wooden flooring and tiles in our house, and meant C could run from the carpet onto the wood without me worrying about her slipping as she might in socks or tights.

At £17.00 a pair, they’re not the cheapest thing to put on a baby’s feet but I bet they’re the loveliest by far.

You can find the whole range at www.inch-blue.com.  Check out the fab gift sets – I would have loved to have received one of those when C was born!

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Emma on January 26, 2011 at 9:21 am.

Aww! They’re adorable! I didnt put shoes on Oli’s feet until he could walk so he didnt have his first pair of shoes until his 1st birthday! :)