Another trend, Hollywood's obsession with hats, is also proving scarce: Many schools don't allow headgear, including hoodies and even headbands, to be worn indoors. In some elementary schools, Crocs are a safety question. Though most schools are escalator-free — in the past year, the Croc-escalator cocktail has been blamed for injuring the toes of a few children — administrators say monkey bars and Crocs, as well as sandals and flip-flops, don't mix.My two and a half year old grand-baby and every single one of her little friends live in their Crocs. We all think they’re so cute decorated with their little Jibbitz to match all their outfits. I was unaware Crocs weren’t meant to be “real shoes”. We live in Florida where our kids wear them year round. Hmmm…my baby runs around all day in them.
Friday, February 20, 2009
Did you know some schools don't allow flip-flops? Well it look like Crocs will be next. Crocs, are those cute little clogs like shoe. Swiss-cheese-like, which are so comfortable. More public schools are instituting a stricter style dress codes, and Crocs, along with generic sandals and flip-flops, aren't fitting the closed-toe, closed-heel criteria.