Next opening for shoes tbd. Until then, everything is listed as sold out :)

Care

Little shoes that go on little adventures will most likely need some cleaning at some point. Below are some care tips for each shoe. Please test in an inconspicuous spot first :)

In general, soak up water as soon as possible. 

Bella Janes

  • Blue, Gray and Wheat - Gently brush off loose dirt with a dry brush. Follow with a suede/nubuck cleaner.

  • Apricot - Gently wipe clean with a damp - not too wet - cloth.

 Oxfords

  • Blue, Gray and Wheat - Gently brush off loose dirt with a dry brush. Follow with a suede/nubuck cleaner.

  • Apricot - Gently wipe clean with a damp - not too wet - cloth.

  • Distressed dark brown -  Buff out scratches by gently rubbing with dry cloth.Treat with leather conditioner to keep them looking their best. They will naturally distress with wear.

Boots

  • Blue, Gray and Wheat - Gently brush off loose dirt with a dry brush. Follow with a suede/nubuck cleaner.

  • Apricot - Gently wipe clean with a damp - not too wet - cloth.

  • Distressed dark brown -  Buff out scratches by gently rubbing with dry cloth.Treat with leather conditioner to keep them looking their best. They will naturally distress with wear.

Mary Janes

  • Suede (Cora, Simone) - Use a suede/nubuck cleaner
  • Distressed dark brown (Piper) - Buff out scratches by gently rubbing with dry cloth.Treat with leather conditioner to keep them looking their best. They will naturally distress with wear.
  • Apricot (Georgia)Gently wipe clean with a damp - not too wet - cloth. 

Leather Moccs

Gently wipe with a slightly damp cloth.

Fabric + Leather Moccs

The fabric can be spot cleaned as you would a regular clothing garment - use a stain remover or soap an water to rinse out any spots. The fabric content is cotton.

Laces

The laces are long enough to double knot them, which I recommend doing! Fabric laces - please hand wash and air dry. A quick pass under an iron will smooth out any wrinkles that may form from many wears.