Walnut Melbourne Philippines

I find it hard to look for comfy shoes for my kids. Y doesn't tell me when she feels uncomfortable with her shoes or if it's painful. Makikita ko na lang may paltos. That's why I don't settle for anything less especially when it comes to quality and comfort. I'm glad there are more children's shoe brands are coming out in the Philippine market.
We were introduced to Walnut Melbourne!

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.

An intimate afternoon merienda was held at mary Grace Cafe for the SoMoms and SoKids!
Walnut's line of shoes
There's so many styles to choose from and I like that the front part of the shoes is rubberized. Expeically with Y who walks paharap, the front part gets "pudpod" agad or gets torn.
See how it folds? No doubt these shoes are comfy!
Can you guess what did I get for Yukie?

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 Baby land branches.

And of course, with the SoMoms, a mini event like this can turn into a mini shopping party! Prices range from Php1,795 - Php2,395
and size is from 24 to 36.
Here's Donya MFO with Xavi!

Thank you Christine for hosting this fun shopping party for us hihi! Will definitely buy one for my boy when he can fit into your smallest size hihi!

Walnut Melbourne Philippines
Twitter: @WalnutPH
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