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June 26th, 2013 10:07 AM #21
I love TOMS! However, I have to agree that the orange pair is probably the most gender-neutral of the three options you have. I think your best bet would be to go with a black or grey if you want to be completely neutral, in my opinion. Whatever you choose will be sweet! Tiny TOMS are adorable!"I'd rather be honest than impressive."
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June 26th, 2013 10:23 AM #23Senior Member
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I think 1 and 3 are too feminine, where 2 screams boy. Maybe look for a white pair? Just plain white?Shealah
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June 26th, 2013 12:17 PM #25
Of course, finding gender-neutral shoes is not at all difficult, it just defeats the purpose of including the baby shoes that 'started it all' for us. That will likely be our only option if they don't introduce other colors soon, which actually wouldn't surprise me since their selection is constantly changing.
I did find an etsy seller that makes "TOMS-inspired" baby shoes (they're styled to look like the adult models) in a greater range of colors, though I question the ethics of such a thing.One little born 1/14
June 27th, 2013 02:48 AM #27
The first pair look feminine, the third pair look masculine, and the second pair look neutral... but also really boring. I'm surprised to see that so many people think the orange shoes look feminine. Orange is generally a masculine color to me.♂ | Samuel ◊ Edward ◊ George ◊ Arthur ◊ Ezra ◊ Silas ◊ Dean ◊ Micah ◊ Gideon ◊ Isaiah
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