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Dizzy Review

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Sometimes an item I receive for review ends up arriving at exactly the right time. A day after I received rain boots from Dizzy Sandals for review, the weather shifted in NY and we received quite a lot of rain in a short amount of time, making it easy to try them out for their intended purpose!

I received a pair of Rainy Cabbage rain boots from Dizzy Sandals for review. I ordered them in my usual sneaker size and they fit perfectly. I have never owned rain boots before and was excited to try them out, so I was actually happy that we got some rain right after they arrived! These boots are very comfortable and the lining kept my feet dry and warm during our rainstorm. These are going to come in handy for the rainy springs we usually get here in NY. I love the little flower detail on the sides of these boots – really gives them a nice little feminine touch. I chose the black and white color combo which I think works with anything you might wear, but these boots also come in a beige and black combo that I think is just as flattering for this style. These boots are $34.95 on the Dizzy Sandals site.

Dizzy Review

Dizzy Review

Dizzy Sandals was started in South Beach in 1999 and is a brand known for unique and imaginative footwear. The stones and embellishments that adorn their shoes are all carefully researched. And every single pair of shoes is hand-crafted to ensure the highest quality and best fit. Dizzy Sandals offers a variety of shoes including sandals, boots, flats, and wedges. They also offer free shipping on all regularly priced items on their site.

Dizzy Review

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Gina is a working mom of two young boys, living in Westchester NY. She enjoys taking pictures, blogging and spending time with her boys in her spare time.

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