Moccstars [Review]


Isabelle was recently sent some gorgeous traditional fringe moccasins from Moccstars. I couldn't wait to put them on her, I always wanted some for Emily but I never found any that I liked. When I saw these beautiful white moccasins (milk bottle) I knew that they were the right choice, and they go with pretty much any outfit.

If you haven't come across Moccstars before, they are a UK brand specialising in super soft, handmade leather and suede footwear for babies and toddlers. The fashionable, soft leather moccasins are perfect for pre-walkers or toddlers. Not only do they stay on your child's foot and encourage movement, but they also help strengthen little muscles and ligaments - supporting your child's development. 

Moccstars were made for walking in, the imitate barefoot walking making them an ideal choice for your child's developing foot. They are also suitable for both indoor and outdoor use. With a range of designs and colours to suit the personality and individual style of every child, Moccstars make the perfect gift for a birthday or baby shower - or just to spoil your own child!
When they arrived I was in love straight away. They came beautifully packaged in a special cloth bag, which is perfect to store them in when they aren't being worn. I opened them and they were much more beautiful than the pictures I have seen. They had super soft soles and were a great fit for Isabelle.


Overall I am really impressed with the white baby moccasins, they are presented beautifully, they feel like they will last a long time, and they won't damage the development of my little girl's foot making them the perfect pram shoe. I already have my eyes on another pair, in candy floss. 

If you are thinking of purchasing a pair, I would definitely recommend them, they are very reasonably priced and very cute! The white baby moccasins have an RRP of £24 and you can find the full range on the Moccstars website.

I was sent this product in exchange for an honest review. However, all opinions are my own.

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