Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Birkenstock love for kids and mamas... and a few styling tips!

Back in Dubai and already at the mall shopping! Getting stuff for back to school is a way to get the children excited for the new school year. On the wish list, new lunch box and water bottles while the mandatory pit stop at the uniform shop is more daunting.

Sometime mums also need to get back to school ready, right? So this week we stopped by Birkenstock, our favourite summer family sandals brand is gearing up for the new season with a back to school offer. We had a peek at the collection...


Lots of good old classic in navy, black, beige and metallic silver... Luella picked a pair of silver slides and Josefin a pair of pink snake skin printed patter - both very cute but you would agree that the girls did not let go of the summer vibes... To my surprise Birkenstock also carry a range of school shoes. Definitely worth checking out.

Currently on offer in store... "buy one get half on the second one" offer on the Back to School range.facebook.com/BirkenstockME

I am so happy with my classic black slides. They are definitely the most comfortable mum shoes! Their well designed footbed sets them apart because it’s built for lasting comfort and told to your foot shape. Birkenstock can be so versatile, there is plenty ways to style them to avoid the frumpy hippie look. 

Here's some basic tips on how to get the cool new effortless look with your birks. I will work it on the school run... hopefully, cause I am no expert! Thank you Pinterest for the inspiration...

♥ Always show your ankles! Pair it with cropped or cuffed jeans, shorts, dresses... to keep things feminine and light.
♥ Birkenstock is not the sexy shoe type so play with the feminine side to balance out the look. Experiment with fresh patterns, flower prints, nautical stripes, soft material, embroideries,...
♥ Accessories to lift the look to casual cool
♥ Perfect pedi! Yep sorry but freshly painted toes in bold or glossy neutral colours or are a must.

Happy feet for Happy Mums on the school run... 

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