Cienta Shoes Look and Smell Great!

Madison here! It’s been a while since I’ve actually gotten online and ‘spoken’ to you. I’ve just been super busy with pre-school and everything that pre-school involves. We do have to get a lot of work done and at the end of the day I’m just as exhausted as you mommies and daddies who’ve been at work. I tell you pre-school is a full time job and it’s no joke. It’s also been a long time since I’ve shared some of my favorite items with you and so today I want to share with you my love of Cienta Shoes. I’m sure you figured it out before I even mentioned it to you. Just read my title and look at my title pic. Now why do I love Cienta Shoes? Well not only do they look great but they smell great too. What?! Yes they smell amazing. The soles of my Cienta shoes smells like grapes.

Now let me tell you a bit about Cienta which is a family owned business. They’ve been in business of making shoes for kids for over 30 years. Their shoes are made in Spain and they’re centered on quality and comfort. They use only natural materials and they’re dedicated to promoting the natural and correct development of children’s feet.

I was sent two pairs of shoes and the first thing I noticed about them was the smell. These shoes not only looked great but they smelled great too. The soles of the shoes smells like grape. At least that’s what I told mommy. Now I won’t have to worry about stinky shoes but another thing that I love about Cienta is that they are all machine washable. So no I no longer have to worry about dirty or stinky shoes.

Cienta is known for their Mary-Jane’s and I love shoes that I don’t need help to put on or take off. Another great thing about Cienta is that almost all of their shoes are slip-ons or held together with velcro straps. While they do have a few that have laces, it’s great to be able to be independent and not have to worry about having someone tie my laces.

These shoes are perfect for Halloween or even Christmas. The Silver Mary-Jane’s that I was sent can be dressed up or dressed down. They are perfect for those cute dresses or just simple jeans and a tee. Don’t you love shoes that are versatile? They are also super comfortable and have a grip that allows me to jump and run without slipping and sliding, thanks to the durable rubber outsole.

Now my Cienta Shoes are made of canvas and they both have a cushioned textile footbed that provides maximum comfort. They are also pretty flexible which makes it easy for me to run, jump, skip and hop. Almost everything but walking which mommy has to keep reminding me to do. I love anything that makes me feel like I’m walking barefoot which I just love doing and there are so many benefits of going barefoot. These shoes by Cienta are almost the next best thing.

So if you’re looking for something for Halloween or for the Holidays, Cienta has got you covered. If you’re looking for comfort, fashion and durability, Cienta has got you covered there too. Check out their full line of shoes available for both boys and girls and pick up a pair for your little one today. So what do I think of Cienta Shoes? They totally get my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!

Let’s discuss: What do you look for when shopping for your little one’s shoes? 

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