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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by ottilie View Post
    Why can't boys have fun shoes? Maybe it's different over here, but I wouldn't assume the baby was girl based on those shoes. Id they were pink and glittery, sure. But not multi-coloured dots!
    Yeah I'd say the multicoloured ones are the most gender neutral.
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  2. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeacelove View Post
    The tan looks very boyish to me. And the dots and orange lean more feminine. I would try find some basic white booties for an obvious gender neutral look.
    Yeah. The first and last look girlish and the tan ones look boyish. I would might consider buying the orange ones for Henry if he had a few outfits that matched with them but for a photoshoot, I think a white pair of booties would be best.
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  3. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by ottilie View Post
    Why can't boys have fun shoes? Maybe it's different over here, but I wouldn't assume the baby was girl based on those shoes. Id they were pink and glittery, sure. But not multi-coloured dots!
    Same here. I don't see why boys can't wear dots?
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  4. #22
    The orange ones seem the most gender nutral to me, the dots seem more girly and the tan ones definantly scream boy to me
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  5. #24
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    If you're JUST holding the shoes, then I think the orange may be best. They read slightly feminine, but not excessively so, and I could see a little boy wearing them with, say, navy pants and an orange sweater with a lion on it. Or something.

    The tan ones are just too plain for a photo shoot, and the pink and purple in the polka dots tips it fairly feminine. But they're all CUTE.

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