ANGULUS - Shoes for the little ones | post by Mille

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Let me be honest - I love shoes and I always had. There's something about the shoes you wear that makes a statement about who you are. It all lies in the subtle details like an exquisite lazer-cut pattern, beautiful stitching or the shape of the heal - we all recognize a true quality shoe when we see one. And we certainly feel it too. I have worn hundreds of pretty, but uncomfortable shoes and the ones I remember are the shoes that just fit. They ones that feel like the slippers you only wear at home, but look like a million.  


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When I became a mother I very conveniently transferred my shoe-obsession onto my girls and before they could even walk, they had a growing collection of baby shoes for our cold floors at home and even little mouse ballerinas from Marc Jacobs (which my husband thought was a little over the top ;).


When it was finally time to get the first pair of real shoes for Olivia, I realized that I had no idea what to look for in kids shoes – apart from the obvious cuteness factor. Online I read of couple of articles on footwear for kids and I kept coming across the same 3 or 4 brands on the Danish market - one of them was Angulus.


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Angulus is a Danish shoe brand established in 1904. The shoes are designed in Denmark and made in Portugal. They are made to have the best fit possible – for little feet as well as grown-up ones. And they're pretty too. Sooooo pretty!


Buying shoes for children can be a real challenge, but as soon as I saw Angulus in real life, the choice became very easy. There they were: beautiful little silver beginner's shoes with the prettiest stitching and the best shape for my daughters little untrained feet. I wanted them and I was way excited when the shoe lady popped them into the little white box.


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Since then we have stuck with Angulus. Normally we get around 6 pairs of shoes a year for each of the girls: one pair of running shoes and one pair of mary janes for Spring, sandals for Summer, Chelsea boots for Autumn and two pairs of lined boots for winter.

Until next month,
Mille.
 
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