What Busby and Indy Wore // Bobux Shoes
A few weeks ago I was chatting to my blogging chum Gemma (of Sugar & Rhubarb) about our latest splurges on children’s clothing when she mentioned she was about to pop over to the Bobux website and buy her gorgeous girls some shoes. I’d not heard of Bobux before and consequently spent a good half an hour ogling shoes. The lovely folk at Bobux saw our conversation on Twitter and offered to send the children some shoes from their amazing collection.
Where do I begin?
The Bobux website is jam-packed full of beautiful shoes and you can spend hours just perusing the wonderful selection. It took me ages to choose a pair for the children… torn between my obsession with yellow and my love of Chelsea boots (Indy), and then should I opt for a practical colour for a mud-loving, exploring wannabe-Toddler-pirate, or throw caution to the wind and choose something shiny (Busby)?!
I chose Indy these truly divine Chelsea boots, as they are so on-trend at the moment! The navy colourway matches so many items in his wardrobe, and works well with tighter fitting leggings and boy-tights.
The boots are from Bobux Soft Sole collection, which are fabulous for the transition into crawling and beyond (*sob* not ready to think about ‘the beyond’ quite yet!). The boots are made from super soft leather, with a suede sole and really are just perfect.
I want a pair for myself!
The Navy Chelsea Boots cost £21 and can be found here on the Bobux website.
For Busby, I opted for a practical, but beautiful pair of t-bar shoes in navy. These go with everything in her wardrobe and are such a classic shoe style.
The Bobux Delicate Dandelion shoes are made from leather with a highly flexible rubber sole. They really are rather perfect for the girl who is constantly on the go; exploring everything! She can run in them, jump in them and even climb in them.
The shoes feature a cut out flower pattern, which remind me of a pair I had when I was little. They fasten with velcro; making them ideal for independent little people who like to take their own shoes off.
Busby has wide feet, and I struggle to buy her shoes from highstreet stores, so I was very relieved to discover that most of the Bobux shoes will fit a G width. Bobux have a very handy shoe sizer on their website, which I found to be a great help.
The Bobux Delicate Dandelion shoes cost £42 and can be found here.
I will certainly be ordering more shoes from Bobux in the future, as they are such wonderful quality and most definitely compete with other retailers. The folk at Bobux really seem to understand what is important about shoes for children, and I’ve been so impressed with everything – from the customer service to the price.
Pop on over to the Bobux website with a cup of tea for a peruse… These are next on my list!
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