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Suri Cruise’s Ladybug Shoes – As Seen On Oprah

Suri Cruise’s Little Lady ShoesLast Spring, I saw Oprah’s interview with Tom Cruise, and immediately recognized Suri’s Ladybug Shoes and posted about these adorable Ladybug Shoes from the Oprah interview.

Little did I realize, the Monkey Toes Little Lady Shoes had actually been gifted to Tom and Katie as part of a gift basket from one of my favorite boutiques, Skimbaco. Katja, Skimbaco’s owner, helped a good friend of the Cruise family select baby gifts for Suri. This stroke of fortune inspired Katja to create Ladybug Landings: Social Media and Public Relations.

Suri is a fan of these adorable little red and black creatures and she’s cute as a bug herself! Suri has also been spotted before in the Buzzy Bees Socks.

Monkey Toes is a hand painted, mom-designed line of tennis sneakers and Mary Janes for kid’s in sizes 1-10 available in the Little Lady (Ladybug), Luv Bug, Wowie Cowie, Buzzie Bees, Leap Frog, Little Piggy, Silly Monkey, Boogie Monster and Spunky Spider styles.

WANT IT: You can get the Monkey Toes Little Lady Mary Janes at Skimbaco ($29), as well as other styles of Monkey Toes Shoes and Socks.

If Katja runs out of these popular shoes, you can also find Monkey Toes Mary Janes ($29), Monkey Toes Tennis Shoes ($27), and Monkey Toes Socks (4 for $19) at Mom4Life.

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Candace is the co-editor and co-founder of Mamanista. She is an educational consultant and writer.

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3 Responses to "Suri Cruise’s Ladybug Shoes – As Seen On Oprah"

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  2. Shelley K says:

    These are just cute as the dickens. I would LOVE to win these for my friend who has a little girl about Suri’s age.

    Thanks for a great giveaway.

  3. I agree with you, but i can’t understand your last paragraph. Could you explain it, please?

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