#styledbyclarks

Buying shoes for your little one is a complete minefield for any parent, but buying shoes for your toddler son is a whole other ball game. Not only do the shoes need to be comfortable and supportive, they also need to be robust enough to cope with the demands of the energetic little dude. They need to look good too and appeal to the little man himself, because I can tell you from experience, he won’t try anything on that doesn’t catch his eye!

When I was approached by Clarks to participate in their #styledbyclarks challenge, it really couldn’t have been better timed. Jack was in desperate need of some new shoes, having worn his previous pair to death, so I was delighted to take part.

Armed with our vouchers kindly gifted by Clarks, Jack, Phoebs and I went on a little shopping trip to The Trafford Centre and came away with a fab pair of Beven Time trainers.

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(Excuse the scratch on the front of the right shoe – the little klutz tripped up a step on his first outing with them; he obviously wasn’t used to having longer shoes!)

They were his number one choice (and mine actually!) and he hasn’t taken them off his feet for the past few weeks so they must be super comfy! They also look pretty cool too…

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Are you and your children big fans of Clarks? Why don’t you share your little ones enjoying their Clarks shoes too (and don’t forget to include the hasthtag #styledbyclarks on social media!)

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  • Gym Bunny MummyOctober 27, 2014 - 1:30 pm

    I loved Clarks shoes for my eldest (he’s now 13) but as my 2 year old has suspected Autism (getting tested in 2 weeks) he doesn’t like anything on his feet, socks or shoes so I really don’t know if it would be a waste of money to buy him a pair of Clarks or if it would help…ReplyCancel

    • Steph@HelloBabyOctober 27, 2014 - 1:53 pm

      I hope the tests go ok for you. xxReplyCancel

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