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Posted by on May 1, 2015 in Random | 2 comments

Animal Napa Ankle Strap Sandals

Animal Napa Ankle Strap Sandals

I’ve got another fashion review for you today, just in time for the lovely Summer weather. The flipflop reviews that I did last Summer were really popular, so I was lucky enough to be sent this pair of Animal Napa Ankle Strap Sandals* to review for you. I’m not usually one to wear flip flops as I sometimes find that the toe post rubs between my toes, so I chose the Napa Ankle Strap Sandal as it has ankle straps also so there’s not as much pressure between the toes. The Animal Napa Ankle Strap Sandals are a flat flip flop with a beige upper sole and two soft black leather straps – one regular flipflop style strap that covers the front of the foot and passes between the toes, and another at the back that cross over around the ankle and fastens with a buckle, plus a thick strip of leather that covers the heel a bit more like you get with a regular sandal. There is a bronze...

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Posted by on Aug 31, 2014 in Random | 0 comments

Ipanema – Beach Flipflops

Ipanema – Beach Flipflops

I’ve got another fashion review for you today, it’s the Beach Flipflop from one of Brazil’s hottest flip flop brands, Ipanema. They’re becoming a leading name in flipflops and sandals, and their products are really affordable too. I’m not someone who wears flipflops on a regular day-to-day basis, I usually save them for the pool or the beach, and these are perfect for holidays – hence the name ‘Beach Flipflop’! They’re really lightweight, waterproof, wipeable and easy to slip into a suitcase. The moulded sole of the Beach Flipflop is really soft, almost spongy, and the straps are jelly-like and mould around the foot so there’s very little chance of them rubbing (I hate it when flipflops rub between the toes). There’s a gentle grippy pattern moulded into the sole and the flipflop is finished off with the Ipanema brand name that stands out on the strap. I’ve been wearing my silver Beach Flipflops in the garden this weekend – we’ve been lucky enough to have some sunny weather...

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