Camper Shoes: Good Things Come in Twos
Popular with children and adults alike, Campershoes have always been known for their quality — and cuteness. Foundedin 1975, the company has based itself on wearability, offering footwearthat is sturdy and water-resistant. Recently, Camper introduced itsautumn/winter line, and we have to say we’re just loving the Twins collection!With fun shoes that share a theme but not a design, the Twins come asadorably mismatched pairs of shoes that are the same, but with a twist(like the full and half apple, $85-$90). With boots and shoes forgirls, the collection features sweet Mary Janes and sturdier footwearfor snowy (or rainy) days. Prices run from $45-$140, and new sets ofTwins will be introduced in the spring.
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