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Roses & Rye Shoes GIVEAWAY!

The past few days here in Indianapolis have been unseasonably warm. We’ve spent every single minute that the day allows going to the park, eating meals outside, and strolling the neighborhood. Last night we even slept with the windows open!

This weather is amazing, and it begs me to box up all my tired winter coats, sweaters and boots, and unpack the lightweight dress, tanks and of course flats.

I love simple and dainty flats.

Yes, there was a day when my collection of heels could make me smile like no other. That was 8 years and 4 kids ago.

Nowadays, I live in flats, and I’m not one bit ashamed to admit it. Especially, when my flats of choice are from Roses & Rye.

Roses & Rye are flat out (no pun intended) amazing. I’m specifically and currently in love with The Marina ($189). Which I’ve been wearing all day every day lately.

I love them because they are freakishly comfortable, and the arch support is pretty amazing as well (which is very important to me). And get this, to ensure an amazing shoe fit, the creators of Rose & Rye thoughtfully teamed up with renowned Podiatrist (Dr. Ronald L. Valmassy) to create a patent pending technology that is specifically designed to protect women’s’ feet during the years of raising young children. How cool is that?

It’s true, Roses & Rye shoes are a splurge. But in my opinion, totally worth it, considering how much us new moms are on our feet!

WIN A PAIR!

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*Entries will be accepted until 12:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, March 22, 2012. A winner will be randomly chosen and announced here on Babble’s Baby’s First Year.


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