Simply Her (Singapore) - - Kids -

“Make sure you can bend and twist the shoes ev­ery way, and even feel your baby’s toes through

the leather. Press down on the shoe to see if there’s thumb space be­tween the front of the shoe and your baby’s long­est toe. While your child

has the shoe on, you should also be able to pinch a bit of ma­te­rial from the shoe’s widest point.”

– Su Ling Zagorod­nova,

di­rec­tor of Pup­sik Stu­dio



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