Have you caught up with the jelly trend? This season, we are seeing a comeback of the jelly shoes, and it has now extended to jelly boots, jelly sandals, jelly sneakers and even bags.
These shoes were hot in the 1980s, only to fade away in the late 1980s. Most jelly shoes are made of PVC plastic, which may vary in terms of comfort and durability.
However, if you were to invest in a pair of Melissa shoes, fret not as Melissa shoes are made of Melflex® plastic. Melflex® plastic is a hypoallergenic and extremely flexible PVC that is 100% recyclable. Every pair of Melissa’s also comes infused with its signature bubble-gum scent.
Marilyn Monroe once said “Give a girl the right pair of shoes and she can conquer the world”. A pair of Melissa shoes may just be the shoe that Ms. Monroe was describing. A pair of Melissa shoes moulds to the shape of your feet overtime, making it comfortable to walk in even for long distances.
If you are worried that jelly shoes may look ugly, fret not as Melissa collaborates with designers for certain seasons and every design looks worthy to own!
Here are some of my favourite:
Melissa x Jason Wu
Melissa x Karl Lagerfeld