Not Quite Ready To Give Up Flip-Flops? Try These Unique Slippers
Perfect for pretending it's still summer.
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If you’re a total summer person who loves to go barefoot or just throw on some flip-flops when you head out the door, you likely hate it when winter rolls around and you’re forced to wear actual socks and shoes. Who wants to get all bundled up when you can let your toes wriggle completely free?
It might not be feasible to walk around in sandals when the temperatures begin to dip come winter, but it looks like there’s a seasonal solution for all you flip-flop lovers out there: Cartoon Toe Big Feet Slippers.
If you can’t wear flip-flops around the house, you might as well tote around these hilarious, velvety feet slippers, which are made to look as if you’re walking around in your favorite casual summer shoes, toes completely free. These fun slippers are meant to keep your feet warm, and they’re non-slip, which makes them perfect for walking around in your home, especially on those chilly days.
These cozy slippers are available on Amazon for only $6.99, and they’d make the perfect gift for your vacation-loving friends. Secret Santa, anyone? Keep in mind that they’re made for women, so your male friends will have to find their faux sandal slippers elsewhere—although we can’t promise they won’t be jealous of your fabulous foot accessory.
Aside from keeping you warm, wearing these slippers means you no longer have to worry about keeping up with your pedicure or emitting any unwanted foot odors. Although you might not actually get to spend time by the pool for a few months, by the looks of your feet, it will sure feel like you’re on your way to experiencing summer. Not to mention—no more frozen toes! These slippers may not be glamorous, but they sure are a fun way to dress for winter.
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