As the saying goes, Cinderella is proof that a new pair of shoes can change your life.
I believe in it wholeheartedly, which is why I’m so excited about opening a new and fabulous brick and mortar store.
Freebird has just opened its very first East Coast storefront at 201 Newbury Street, Boston, MA.
I coveted their shoes online at freebirdstores.com for a while, but I’ve been the most successful person at physically trying on shoes, especially if I’m going to spend my money on nice soles.
Sure, it’s old school, but I don’t have to pay for returns and I feel like I have a custom-made outfit for my toes.
What’s in shoes and boots that make us feel so good? The smell of leather is a sign of a well-made shoe cover. Denver-based Freebird offers beautiful shoes, boots, bags, sandals, men’s shoes, and even leather-soled baby shoes, dubbed “my first Freebird.”
Here’s a tip. Baby Freebirds are a perfect baby gift for a very good friend or family member.
The company’s history stands for freedom, individuality and independence. It sounds a lot like what New England shoppers love. The products are all unique and will make you stand out from the crowd.
With intricate detailing and metalwork, and using exotic leathers, each pair is a work of art.
Under “accessories” you will find leather dog collars and leashes, all unique in their own way, just like your dog.
If you love shoe shopping and think you can’t have too many pairs of shoes, boots and sandals, take a day trip to Boston and explore Newbury Street’s latest fashion store for men, women, children and pets. One stop and you’re done. Then you can have lunch and enjoy the view.
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