After attending the Clarks SS14 press day last week I have become somewhat obsessed with shoes for the girls.

The Clarks SS14 children’s range was amazing, only really eclipsed by the revelation that was Orla Kiely for Clarks.

The quality of Clarks goes without saying, it’s a national institution, but in the SS14 Children’s collection you can see that, while this great company has a longstanding history, it has certainly pulled itself right up into the modern-day.

The First walker range is where the biggest impression was being made. Out are the babyish, clumpy shoes (that where almost always purple??) and in are welcomed traditional, yet funky, styles that are almost a mini-me collection to many of their adult shoes in terms of colour and style. I love the patent navy bow shoes and the beautiful ‘my first pumps’ – O is going to look so cute.

Dance Joy Fst Mint LeatherSoftly Bow Fst Navy Patent







Sports shoes are also big for the Clarks SS14 children’s range. Revamping original Clarks designs from the 70′s this funky array of footware is popping with colour. My girls aren’t big on trainers, but these may just about convince them that sports shoes are not just for boys.

Finally my last lust in the Clarks SS14 children’s range for girls are their beautiful new sandals and flip-flops. Scarlett will love the green sandals, and they match with O’s pumps. Now we just need some sunshine to return.

Loni Lola Mint Patent Leather

Harpy Fly Purple Suede

Now I haven’t forgotten that not everyone lives in a world of pink and girly like me….so here are some great boys shoes from the new range too.

Bonza Fun Navy Combi SyntheticHolbay Fun Denim Blue Leather







What are you favourite shoes in the Clarks SS14 children’s range? I just can’t choose!

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