What the children wore: Wolfie & Willow Moccasins

I’ve spoken before about how much Athena loves to embrace Hygge. She’s definitely going through a home body phase at the moment and often asks to go home as soon as we’ve arrived somewhere which is not frustrating at all! Both she and Arlo have been chilling at home in their new Wolfie & Willow
leather moccasins.

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Made from buttery soft leather these are absolutely perfect for keeping little feet warm but not restricting them. They’re also absolutely adorable. Athena’s are a bright magenta Pink and Arlo’s are navy with gold stitching. At a recent weekend away to granny’s house which is a bit colder than our flat they were hardly off their feet, and when we move at the end of this month to our new draughty flint stone home they’ll definitely come into their own for keeping little toes warm!

They’re a perfect cruising shoe for Arlo as they enable him to feel the floor and bend his feet as he learns to walk. He still naturally curls his toes up quite a lot and these mean his feet are not restricted.

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The soft leather means that they mould to the shape of their feet, becoming even comfier as they’re worn. They have soft elastic at the ankle to hold them in place and Arlo hasn’t yet managed to get one off which has amazed me! Athena is more dexterous and can take hers on and off herself, and she wouldn’t have it any other way! There is a pattern and colour to suit absolutely any outfit and Wolfie and Willow make shoes to fit newborn up to around age 6, foot size dependent of course. I’d rather like a pair of my own!

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8 thoughts on “What the children wore: Wolfie & Willow Moccasins

  1. I’ve always really liked moccs but never bought any for my son, he’s 21 months now so I don’t know if it’s too late. I love the colours you’ve gone for, they’ll both go with any outfit #funkykidfriday

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