If you want to help your little one fiesta in style, they’re going to have to dress the part. These baby taco booties* from Uncommon Goods are basically the #1 accessory not just for a party but for everyday life. After all, who doesn’t love those crunchy little shells full of delicious toppings like cheese, guacamole, and salsa? No one, that’s who. What are you waiting for? Your baby’s feet need these.
- These adorable little things are hand-crafted. You can always count on Uncommon Goods to bring the most unique and creative items to your attention (and no, this is not sponsored/we’re not getting paid to say that – that’s just facts). These baby taco booties are no exception! “Worthy of a mini fiesta, these adorable taco booties let your little one celebrate until they siesta,” the item description reads. “Handcrafted in small batches, these booties are made from natural wool, which is dyed, spun and felted, before being cut and stitched into adorable foodie details. Handmade in Kyrgyzstan.”
- The woman behind the design is pretty amazing. Her name is Gulnara Kydyrmyshova and she started her own store to relieve poverty in her town and also to reinvigorate and promote Kyrgyz craftsmanship. While she started out offering free sewing classes to women in the community, she now supports fellow artisans by selling their items alongside her own in her store. Pretty badass, right?
- Because they’re booties, they fit baby feet of all sizes. They’re listed as fitting feet from newborn all the way up to 12 months, which means your baby will get plenty of wear out of these adorable taco booties. Not only that, but they’re warm and cozy because they’re made of felted wool, meaning your little one’s feet will never get too chilly.
- People on social media love these things. All you have to do is check out the #tacobooties hashtag to see how many people have bought and loved these adorable booties. If that’s not enough to convince you, I don’t know what is. You can buy yours from Uncommon Goods for $25 HERE.
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