What the Children Wore // Bobux SS17 range

bobux ss17 rangeBobux shoes are a firm favourite in our household – we’ve previously featured them here and here (with a teeny H-Bear in the latter!). Their ranges are always amazing quality, and I never fail to be impressed by their on-trend, playful designs.

I’m very pleased to announce that they’ve extended their sizes and have just launched their Kid+ collection, which goes up to 7-8 years (the range starts at a UK9 and goes up to a UK1). So, it looks like we’ll be wearing Bobux shoes for a good few years ahead!

Busby and H-Bear were each sent a pair from the gorgeous SS17 collection.

Busby was sent a pair of Aktiv shoes in the black brush print.

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Now, I’m not usually a fan of dressing either of us in anything pink, but this season pink has been creeping into both of our wardrobes (rose gold trend, ahoy!), and these shoes are a very subtle pink, more of a blush.

bobux ss17 range

The shoes are so lightweight, and absolutely ideal for spring! The leather upper is super soft, and the brush-stroke design appeals to Busby’s creative side.

bobux ss17 range

When I was reading up on these shoes, I discovered that the toe cap is made from a superfabric micro armour, which helps prevent scuffing on the high-wear toe area! This makes the shoes much more durable for little explorers.

bobux ss17 range

I love the velcro fastening, as it means they’re perfect for Busby to wear to preschool where they’re encouraged to be independent in the cloakroom.

bobux ss17 range

bobux ss17 range

The Aktiv Street Shoes start at £45, and come in four different shades, which are all unisex.

bobux ss17 range

H-Bear was sent a pair of Racer shoes in yellow… and how divine are they?!

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I (obviously) LOVE the yellow shade, and they look so comfortable to wear. The leather upper is very soft.

The velcro fastening on the shoes makes them easy for H-Bear to get off, which he really enjoys doing himself when we get home (and in the car…and pushchair!).

bobux ss17 range

The shoes go with his entire wardrobe, and I know they’re going to look adorable with a pair of shorts when the weather gets a bit warmer!

bobux ss17 range

H-Bear’s Racer ‘Chartruese’ shoes start at £45, and come in four different shades.

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bobux ss17 range

Both pairs of shoes can be found on the Bobux website now.


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  1. 20th March 2017 / 6:53 pm

    Oh wow these are gorgeous. I’ve never heard of the brand before so I am off to look them up as I always prefer something a little different!

  2. 20th March 2017 / 9:42 pm

    They’re just gorgeous! I would totally wear them myself!

  3. 24th March 2017 / 7:51 am

    Uggh! I just hate scuffs on the fronts of shoes! These look wonderful. I love their mismatch of pieces…perfection! #alivelystyle – Amy

  4. 24th March 2017 / 11:53 am

    I love these shoes and had never heard of them before so will have a look. #alivelystyle

  5. 24th March 2017 / 2:15 pm

    I love the boys pair, I always struggled to find lovely shoes for my boys when they were smaller. When E grows a bit more and starts toddling I think Bobux will be a great place to start looking for funky shoes!

  6. 25th March 2017 / 1:01 pm

    I do really like these. I don’t like putting my trio in the same shoes as everyone else! Plus it is hard to get boys shoes to be different from each other as there isn’t much choice for the twins

  7. 27th March 2017 / 3:05 pm

    These are gorgeous. I love bobux, they were Lucas’ first shoes x

  8. 29th March 2017 / 8:16 pm

    Those shoes are gorgeous! I particularly like the pink ones! #ALivelyStyle

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