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Flip Flops made with a conscious

Just last week was perfect spring weather. We were enjoying bright blue skies, a shining sun and a blowing breeze throw all of the open windows. These hopeful signs mean I can break out my flip flops and store my warm fuzzy slippers and socks.
Havainana’s womens sandals and mens sandals are great expressions of personality while being simple and social responsible. All Havaiana sandals are produced in one location in Campina Grande, Brazil. This factory is one of the city’s largest employers. Their socially and environmentally conscious efforts include reduction of water usage and electricity, recycling of residual materials, development of sensible products and environmental education to all employees.
havaianas- womens-sandalsThere is a lot of good going on behind the scenes but don’t forget about the end result; cool sandals and shoes for men and women. Trendy designs, sleek colors and inspired prints are hot this season. These SLIM MATRYOSHKA women’s flip flops are totally my style. With a tad higher price tag of $30 these are a limited edition print. But the typical price is usually $22 for equally stylish options. Kids can sport Havaiana’s too! The selection might not be as plentiful but they are still cute and perfect for warm weather.



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Crocs aren’t just for kids

What do I get the most excited about for spring and summer? Flip Flops. I’m a simple girl with simple needs….I need comfy flip flops. Don’t get me wrong I love me a strappy sandal, sparkly crystals, wedge heels and bright colors but my go to for ease and simplicity is a flip-flop.


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The Crocs Tone Skylar Flips are fitting nicely into my warm weather wardrobe. A few months back I reviewed Crocs Tone Skylar Flats and Clogs. I admitted they were comfortable but just not my style. I gifted them to my pregnant friend at the time and she loved them. I’m liking the look of the Emma Wedge too and may add them to my summer shoe arsenal.

Rob received the Bowen sneaker. This is a very different shoe than he’s used to wearing. Rob is a tried and true sneaker wearer but is actually liking his Crocs. They are comfortable and go really well with jeans and khakis. To me the Bowen isn’t a sneaker but instead a good looking, grown up casual shoe. It doesn’t resemble a typical Croc; that’s a good thing for me.

Hands down, Crocs are comfortable. Not all the styles are my taste but I know why people love them so much.



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