So nice to know that more and more brands are becoming available here in Manila. What’s even nicer is that more brands for children are being introduced in the market. I had the chance to get to know an Australian brand of children’s shoes few weeks ago over an intimate mid-afternoon meeting with my fellow SoMoms and Lemon Myrtle Industries, the exclusive distributor of Walnut shoes.
I can’t say no to Cafe Mary Grace’s cheese roll paired with coffee.
Internationally you can find walnut in Australia in their more affluent department stores such as David Jones. While you can also find them in specialty children’s stores such as Shoes And Sox, Funky Kids, and Lou Lou Trends to name a few. Walnut is also available in international countries such as Hong Kong, and Singapore. Locally it is available in Rustan’s, Shoe-thing, and Babyland branches.
Walnut is one of the Australian brands that Lemon Myrtle has to offer. With a focus on children’s shoes, this up and coming brand gives a fashionable twist to a very well made and comfortable pair of both girls and boys shoes. Styles from ballerinas, to sandals, and sneakers are just an example of the range that it has to offer to children and their parent’s discerning eye.
Warning: the ballet flats are just so chic! Perfect for your lil’ fashionista. Smallest size is 24 and the largest size is 36 which can fit tweens, teens, even yuppies and moms who have size 6 feet. 😉
Walnut also has gumboots with adjustable drawstring, perfect for the rainy season. Too adorbs!
All Walnut shoes are made of non-slip rubber soles and of durable canvas, except for the ballet flats which are made of fabric and faux patent. Price ranges from 1,795 php to 2,095 php.
Here are my kids’ Walnut pair. Matchy-macthy nautical stripes for Achi & Shoti. I hope they can wear it together soon, because lil’ Mr. GJG’s pair is way too big for him pa!
Thank you Christine of Lemon Myrtle for the lovely afternoon you hosted.
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