Disclosure: The shoes in this blog post were gifted to me by Oka-B. Thank you, Oka-B! All opinions are my own.

A few years ago when I started working as a teacher’s aide, I noticed a number of the teachers wearing a specific brand of shoes. Really cute shoes. Colorful shoes. It seemed as though they all had a pair that perfectly matched each outfit. When I asked about them, they told me they were shoes from a company called Oka-B. “The comfiest shoes ever,” they said.

Now, three years later, I’m excited to be a brand ambassador for the very company that’s had me swooning all this time.

Allow me to introduce you to this fabulous company: Oka-B. The philosophy behind their products is that style does not need to be compromised at the expense of comfort. Cute and comfy can coexist. I believe they’ve really mastered this concept.

Each shoe is water resistant (you can literally put them in the washing machine!), slip resistant, recyclable, and have premium arch support. Based in Buford, Georgia, Oka-B shoes are 100% made in the U.S. They have a ton of cute sandals, flip flops, ballet flats, and wedges. Be sure to check out all the colors and styles in their Summer 2017 collection here.

Needless to say, I’m really feeling this company AND their products.

I’m wearing the Pauline in “Aged Gold.” I am a size 7 and I am wearing the size M. These shoes literally go with everything. Being that they’re water resistant, I can wear them to St. Pete’s sandy beaches or on a rainy day (the Florida summer storms are coming!), without worrying that they’ll get ruined. Cute and practical? Yes please.

Now that summer is in full swing, I’m pretty certain that I’ll be living in these! 😉

Author: Julia

My name is Julia and my name means "youthful." I believe in imagination. I believe in spontaneous adventures, even if they are small. Here at The Youthful Home, we love a big cup of green tea, a white sundress, home cooking, and a whole lot of Jesus. We invite likeminded friends to visit and stay awhile. Welcome to The Youthful Home.

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