Crocs declares September 28th as the first International Comfort Day. A national poll reveals that Millenials (18-32 year olds) are the most uncomfortable generation. Do you consider yourself a contributor to this uncomfortable generation? When it comes to being fashionable do you sacrifice comfort for looking good? I have to admit I have had my fair share of sacrificing comfort for looking good.
Crocs, Inc. shoe collections are innovative casual footwear for men, women and children. With more than 300 four-season footwear styles. Every pair of crocs feature Croslite™ material. Croslite is soft, comfortable, lightweight, non-marking and odor-resistant.
I am obsessed with the Crocs Cap Toe Flats in bronze & gold. They are the perfect classic shoe for the transition to fall and the comfort of these shoes is exceptional. I have long and skinny feet, for me these fit perfect. I would caution if you have wide feet the cap toe area is not the stretchy material that is on the rest of the shoe.
I am also thrilled to see the comeback of the simple sneaker. These glam pink with a hint of island green Crocs have just enough flair to turn any outfit up a notch.
Paired with the boyfriend jeans rolled up these Crocs LoPro Long Vamp Plim Sneakers are the perfect comfort day shoe.
Crocs is encouraging guests to “Try on a Pair” for a 20-percent discount on International Comfort Day September 28, 2013
The first 50 people on International Comfort Day to re-tweet a friend using #getcomfy will both receive a pair of free Crocs™ shoes, as well as a tasty comfort recipe shared by Crocs @ Work™ spokesperson, chef Mario Batali.
“Comfort isn’t just about what’s on your feet, but also what’s on your plate. Comfort food, in our house, is anything you make together, that brings people together.”
Visit any of 200 Crocs store locations throughout North America.
How do you plan on participating in International Comfort day?
— Michelle Cantu (@AThriftyDiva) September 14, 2013