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Pretty Brave Child Sandal – Dakota Rose
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Pretty Brave Child Sandal – Dakota Rose

NZD$89.95 NZD$44.98

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This season, Pretty Brave proudly welcomes the Dakota Sandal to their tribe. A perfect fit is achieved through adjustable velcro straps at the heel and ankle, plus concealed velcro beneath the crossed straps at the toe. Both functional and stylish, the Dakota is the perfect pair for little fashionistas. Available in Leopard and Rose. Features: Genuine quality leathers, fully adjustable with 3-point velcro strap, crossed toe strap design features concealed velcro for secure fit, padded insole for comfort, lightweight, child-friendly materials (tested to European standard EN 71-3). Podiatrist recommended. Available in sizes US 7 – 9.5.

NZD$89.95 NZD$44.98

or 6 weekly interest-free payments from NZD$7.50 with Laybuy

Size US8.5 US9.5 US07 US08
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Description

Pretty Brave is a creative brand for little ones. Designed in New Zealand, made with love + inspired by Pretty Brave kids around the world. The tale of Pretty Brave begins in 2010 when a young New Zealand family moved to Spain, following a dream to live abroad. And whilst the kiwi kids played princesses + slayed dragons in crumbling castles down the road, a new adventure began. The mum, with a background in graphic design and a love of fashion, set out to create a brand that was unique to the baby market. Pretty Brave was born – designing quality leather baby and toddler shoes and accessories for little ones to wear and their parents to adore. The family have since returned to New Zealand, but a sense of adventure and the inspiration gained from different places and people continues. The name Pretty Brave, comes from the two words the family found themselves using with their own children…. “Well aren’t you Pretty Brave!”

 

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