One of my latest baby obsessions are Freshly Picked leather moccasins. They were featured on Shark Tank a few years ago and have become a coveted baby accessory worldwide. I have two boys and finding fashionable options for them can be tricky. I love that Freshly Picked offers shoes for babies and toddlers that are girly, boyish and gender neutral. Some of them have fabulous prints and others are solid colors that match an array of outfits. In addition to their regular moccasins, Freshly picked has launched two new styles.

Freshly Picked City Moccs

Freshly Picked City Mocc

The newest style that just launched is their City Mocc. They are just as cute as their regular moccasins, but they don’t have the fringe around the collar. This clean and simple style was designed with boys in mind and has a more urban feel. Right now they come in four solid colors.

Freshly Picked Mary Janes

Freshly Picked Mary Jane

This spring Mary Jane style is designed specifically for babies and toddlers with the same easy-on elastic opening and width as their moccasins that keeps them secure on little feet. Each Mary Jane has a t-strap cut out, tear drop details and adorable scalloped collar. There are 10 styles to choose from including prints and solid colors. If I had a girl, she would definitely have at least one pair because they are just darling!

Freshly Picked Giveaway

I am beyond thrilled announce my Freshly Picked giveaway on Instagram for shoes in any size or color. Choose a pair or original moccasins or the new Mary Jane or City Moccs styles. This Instagram giveaway is open to U.S. residents only. The winner may not have won any other giveaway including a pair of Freshly Picked moccasins within the last 60 days. Giveaway ends Friday, April 28th at 11:59pm PDT.

Click here to enter my Freshly Picked Giveaway on Instagram

Freshly Picked Giveaway

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    • marciecheung Reply

      I think they are only a few years old. I don’t remember seeing them when my 3yo was born, but now they are everywhere!

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