Jack and Lily

MyShoes for Girls Originals

Brighten up spring days with tennis shoes and baby sandals for little feet. Inspired by a baby’s sense of touch, Jack and Lily’s specialty footwear is the next step in designer baby shoes. Jack and Lily specializes in ultra-soft, fashionable shoes for babies and toddlers. Gone are the days of only silk baby shoes with organza ties and white patent leather shoes.

Jack and Lily offer over 200 combinations of contemporary colors and distinct styles to choose from. With so many choices you are sure to find a number of pairs at Jack & Lily you’ll absolutely love.

Hand-crafted in Canada with breathable, ultra-soft, premium cowhide leather these sporty Baby, Infant or Toddler: Sport brown & pinkbaby trainers from the classic collection have a suede sole that is flexible and skid resistant. They are the perfect shoe for the upcoming spring season.

A gently elasticized ankle provides comfort, making them easy for my daughter to put on baby! The friendly design on the upper is made with plush, ultra-soft chenille, fit for my granddaughter’s touch.

Jack and Lily  “My Shoes” collection, is a slightly sturdier group of shoes with cushioned soles and ankle protection for new walkers.

Baby, Infant or Toddler: Sport pink & white

I will admit with so many different styles for girls, I had a hard time deciding which ones to Jack and lily spring baby shoeschoose.

If you’re looking for the perfect baby shower gift, or cute shoes for the upcoming Easter holiday, don’t look any further than Jack and Lily. When it comes to your baby’s tiny feet they deserve nothing but the best!

Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.

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