I first heard about Freshly Picked moccasins when Robb and I saw them on Shark Tank a few years ago, and I've been obsessing over them ever since, just ask my husband! (Or my sisters, or my mom, or my friends!)
First of all, these baby shoes are beyond adorable! We get so many compliments on them! I had the hardest time choosing which pair to get, the colors are all SO fabulous.
Jovie is wearing the coral moccs, they are the perfect shade of peachy/pink, which is basically a neutral, if you ask me :) They are perfect for this Spring season! I'm also drooling over Raspberry, Salt Water Taffy, and Merci will be a must for us when the holidays roll around again!
Besides cute, they are made from the softest, high quality leather and they STAY ON! I can't even tell you how many times my babies have taken their shoes and socks off in their carseat while running errands, it becomes quite a nuisance to put baby shoes on time and time again, but these moccs stay on and they go on easy too! No ties or straps to fuss with.
They are so versatile, I love how they can be dressed up
and are perfect for everyday too
The owner, Susan, created this company from the ground up, from her own kitchen table. Her hard work and passion for giving back is inspiring, and it's been such an honor to work with this amazing company!
Freshly Picked has so generously offered to give away a pair of their moccs to one of my readers!
To enter, please leave a comment telling me what color moccs you would choose. You can check them all out here. Remember: If you comment as "anonymous" leave your name so I can get in touch with you if you win.
The giveaway will run until next Friday, March 27.
If you have already won a Freshly Picked giveaway within the last 60 days you are not eligible to enter, lets share the wealth! If you live outside of the United States you must be willing to pay shipping if you win.
Jovie says, "What are you waiting for?"
*I was given a pair of moccasins in exchange for my honest review and received no other compensation.
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