1) Get them in all yummy colours and stylish designs!
The very first time that I chanced upon Melissa shoes, I was so excited at all the colours that they come in! Choosing a pretty pair of shoes is one of the easiest ways to add some colour to your OOTDs. It can instantly brighten up your outfit and set the mood. For me, a pair of pink shoes will greatly cheer me up, or a pair of red heels will definitely jazz up the hot factor. Whatever colour that you’re looking for, you can count on Melissa to have them. Oh look, I even created a colour wheel with the jelly shoes! Haha~
2) They last for years!
Melissa shoes are made with Melflex™, a soft material that is so durable that you can wear them everyday for years. When you buy a pair of Melissa shoes, you know that you’re definitely getting your money’s worth. (Not like my $10 flats that gave way when I was walking to the train station.. So embarrassing!)
3) They are puddle-proof.
Rainy day? No worries. A pair of Melissa shoes will potentially make your gloomy day much better because they are puddle-proof! I personally hate the squishy feeling of wet socks or wet soles. Worse, if the shoes are made of suede! Those are stylish, but in the unpredictable Singapore weather, I’d stay away..
And if you spilled some drink onto your Melissa shoes, simply wash them with soap and water and they would dry back to be brand new again!
4) Their softness don’t hurt your toes and heels
Melflex™ actually moulds to your feet after wearing them in for awhile, and the material is softer than any other similar types of jelly shoes in the market. That only means more care for your feet and BYE to blisters! :) Some shoes look so gorgeous, but deep down inside you know that they ARE GONNA HURT. So step out in style and comfort with these jellies!
5) Lastly, they are ECO-friendly!
Melflex™ is 100% recyclable and did you know, unsold Melissa shoes from previous seasons are melted down to create new shoes for new seasons. Despite the melting down process, the material retains all of its special properties mentioned above. How ingenious! ;)