|LdiR MOKA slipper test day 1|
Hi, everyone! My LdiR Moka are here!
Last post I told you about a little project I'll share and here it is, since I'm chosen as LdiR Moka slippers Juli tester!
What is that? The story went this way. Since I had feet problems and haven't fully recovered till now, I've been going towards flats to low heels comfy shoes but I want them to be unique, free spirited and chic at same time. That's why when I saw LdiR shoes, I'm like yeah, these could be the one! Oh, such a perfect time I read they looked for a tester! I applied for it right away.
LdiR (L'Artigiano di Riccione) is Italian shoes company (they also make bags and other accessories) from Riccione. Handmade in Italy, their craft and design are amazing and unique. Find out more about them on their website and E-shop here, or their facebook page here. Their boots and sneakers are looking awesome! They have this wow effect! However, I've been wanting summer moccasins slippers since long time ago so I knew I had to apply for a tester of their Moka slippers series.
When I was chosen as a tester it such made my day. As tester I have the opportunity to test wearing them. (Thank you LdiR they let me keep the lovely pairs! :)) They didn't ask me to make a blog post, so this is my own initiative to share my full review that hopefully useful for you. Thus, my review wether bad or good is honest although pardon my expressions they may sound hyperbolic cause of my excitement. :)
My Moka slippers have arrived! So let start with Day 1!
|LdiR Moka slipper|
UNBOXING. The slippers were arrived after about 5 days delivery from Italy to Austria. On the photo above you can see the packaging. They come in LdiR Easy Glam series shoe box (with pink logo which I like), wrapped in a white packaging plastik and sealed with their logo tape. Inside the box was logo print monogram wrap paper and so here they were these Moka pairs.
Woow...a lovely first impression as I saw suede moccasines with wow effect details! However, it's a little funny cause only the left pair that was stuffed with paper inside.