It’s a wrap on our first ever #mizmoozmoves event, sunset yoga in Brooklyn Bridge Park! Holy cow, was it fun! We got our downward dog on with colleagues and new friends, with what just may be the most gorgeous view of the NYC skyline I’ve ever seen.
After being put through our paces by our lovely yoga instructor, we congratulated ourselves on a job well done by trying on shoes, getting up close and personal with new fall styles. And lest we became famished from all the hard work, we were treated to Amazeballs from Lauren at hintofgreens.com. These raw treats are dairy and gluten free, and are really, truly, amazeballz (with a z! for emphasis!). We had such a good time we’re already planning our next event, make sure you’re on the mailing list to find out how you can score an invite next time.
Back in 2001, we launched out of New York City basement with the belief that fashion and comfort can happily coexist and that form need not be sacrificed for function. As a result, it’s not too hard to spot a Miz Mooz shoe – just look for our vintage styling, hand finished leather, and unique and unexpected detailing.
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Our buddies at Bottega Clothing in Montana gave a local mom an accessory makeover, I’ll give you 3 guesses as to what they chose for her feet! Miz Mooz, of course! And we couldn’t agree more with their statement “Just a little heel changes how you stand and feel. Confidence multiplied!”Get this casual chic look for yourself with our Pepper sandal.
Almost a year ago, Harley Davidson opened its New York City flagship store next door to our office. For almost a year, I’ve been peeking in the windows, oohing and ahhing at the big shiny motorcycles, and daydreaming about saddling up my hog and heading out west. Cruising the highway between Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper, wind in my hair, all 70’s era nomad biker chic. Alas, it is almost 2015 and I am sans hog, can’t drive, and don’t much care for “out west”. But I can still look the part! Fantasy biker me pairs our Cade bootie with a Farrah- inspired red plaid top and bad to the bone leather jacket. Of course, in real life I would wear a helmet- safety first!