Walk it like you Croc it this Croctober
alive the essence of CROCTOBER Crocs is celebrating CROCS Day on 23rd October globally.
the day, Crocs in association with the renowned designer Nitin Bal Chauhan
hosted a Crocs Pool party at Aqua-The Park, New Delhi on October 19th,
Saturday.The event saw a mix of invitees from high profile models, socialites
and influencers, who were seen enjoying the event wearing the classic clogs and
bringing a pep in their walks.
enjoyed the afternoon with Crocs as they participated in fun games and also had
a chance to see how to personalize their clogs with exciting Jibbitz Charms collection
by Crocs .The brand celebrates this day in style with its followers and loyal
patents each year. Riding high on the trend of personalization with their new
Jibbitz Charms collection, CROCS has redefined the fashion quotient for millennials
across the world while making their space in wardrobes of style aficionados
like ArianaGrande,JustinBieber, Pharrell William, SerenaWilliamsto name a few.
classic clogs from Crocs are the perfect canvas reflecting your personality
this season .The cool motifs called Jibbitz on these trend setting clogs are
just the additional oomph which will make your feet do all the talking.The 13
holes on the classic clogs give these personalized motifs the perfect room to
have the trendsetting Jibbitz shine right through your footwear and help you
accentuate your footwear. From superheroes, Disney characters, alphabets,
numbers, expressive emoticons to everything that Gen Z loves, these Jibbitz are
sure to define your current state of mind.
No longer does this brand leave you
skeptic as it’s already invaded your Instagram newsfeed by VSCO girls-Lassies
who post absolutely enviable images with high style quotient. VSCO girl is all about the
accessories and very specific fashion taste.They wear the iconic 90s
scrunchies, brightly coloured backpacks, seashell necklaces and carry a
hydroflask decorated with stickers. For
footwear, it is Crocs.
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