Somehow I have turned my sweet darling baby girl in a little fashionista. She didn’t get her fashion sense from me but somewhere between all the matching headbands and carefully coordinated outfits it happened. A fashionista was born. JL knows what looks good and she knows what she likes. We’ve already started to butt heads about what she is going to wear to school nearly every single day. Although JL has one free day a week where she chooses her school clothes we still seem to always have the same conversation about what I ask her to put on for school. But now there is one thing she doesn’t argue about. JL knows that the coolest shoe for girls this winter is the Enzo Jumper 3 in 1 Boot. JL loves these boots and I can’t keep her out of them. It’s one boot, 3 ways.
This fall JL is wearing nothing but black boots. Before this pair arrived she had 3 pairs in her closest. Needless to say, she’s no stranger to boots and really enjoys wearing them. Black boots go with just about every outfit she has and she likes boots because they remind her of cowgirl boots, and what little girl doesn’t love a good pair of cowgirl boots?!
JL was sent these boots in a size 13. These boots are great but JL did have a few issues with them. When she tried to put these on herself, with the detachable shaft, she had trouble slipping her foot into the inside ankle boot. I had to help her a little, plus she couldn’t change out the shafts on her own. Also, since her legs are really skinny the tops of the boot shafts would rub together when she walked and didn’t fit snug around her legs. Other than that, these are a great addition to any little girls’ fall/winter shoe collection.
The Enzo Jumper 3 n 1 Boot is available in Black or Black/Leopard and comes in various toddler and youth sizes. Currently the Enzo Jumper boot is on sale for $62.99. Order from Zappos and enjoy FREE SHIPPING.
Disclosure: I was sent a free sample for the purpose of conducting this review. My participation is voluntary and my opinions, as always, are my own. No monetary compensation was given. I am disclosing under the FTC’s 16 CFR Part 225, Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.