Fayvel Shoes – Cool, Comfy & Lots of Fun

I have worn quite a number of shoes during the short 3 years of my life. From the moment I was born my mom has been shopping for shoes, even when she was told that I didn’t need them. It didn’t stop her from buying them though. As I grew older she realized that I did not need all the expensive designer shoes (although she still buys them occasionally), what I really did need was cool and comfy shoes that I can run around in all day. When Fayvel asked if we would love to take a look at their shoes, how could I say no. After all they’re considered shoes for dreamers which I like to think of myself. They’re also available in 4 fun colors (blue, purple, green, and pink), 2 styles (laced or velcro) and available in sizes 10 – 4.

Here’s a little bit of the history behind Fayvel:

As a child the founder Erin, loved to play with her friends. Whether spending time dressing up as different characters or trading their favorite stickers; friendship, imagination and face-to-face interaction were how they spent their days. Those memories made here the way she is today and shaped the things she loves and value.

So came the inspiration for Fayvel™: friendship, creativity and fun! The company’s mantra is simple: Dream big. Smile often. Love always. Play hard. Respect all. Be yourself.

Now you’re probably wondering what makes these shoes so special. Well how about that they’re vegan and that you can design each of them whichever way you please. Showing your uniqueness and individuality. I did tell you that they were lots of fun! Fayvel shoes are literally blank canvasses. While you can certainly wear them the way they are, the fun factor comes in when you also get the Frieze Tags. Frieze Tags are all limited and you can collect and share them with your friends. They connect to the velcro on your shoes making them special.

I was sent the Fairies and Valentines Frieze Tags and I got to design my shoe just my way. With no help from mommy whatsoever. I can mix and match and I can wear one, two, or all of them on one shoe. No matter how many or little I want, this design is all me! You can also use these collectible Frieze Tags as incentives for your kids. How about brand new tags for bringing home great grades?

Now I did mention that these shoes are comfortable and I’m not lying. The insoles are padded and the soles are textured to prevent slipping and sliding. They are fun to run in and also super easy to put on. I love being independent so while I love the classic design of laces, I’m also much more a fan of velcro closures. That way I can put them on all by myself without having to wait on someone to put them on for me.

If you have kids who love expressing themselves I would say get them a pair or two of Fayvel shoes. Don’t forget to get the Frieze Tags as well. Collect them all. I actually plan on having mommy get me a few more of the tags so that I can decorate my shoes even more. I think the more tags the merrier.

Fayvel shoes are cool, comfy and loads of fun and your kids are just going to love them. I sure do! Wear them to the playground, to school or even to your best friends party. They will be a hit with everyone. It’s why they get my TWO TINY THUMBS UP!

Here are the ways to connect with Fayvel:

Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

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