Jellys Are Back! {WW #102}

Jellys Are Back This shop is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group™ and Jelly Beans but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #JellysAreBack #jbeans  http://cmp.ly/3/8vNxcO

Do you remember having a pair of Jelly Beans when you were a kid? You know the ones I am talking about. You wore them with anything all Summer long. They were really big in the 1990s. Well Jellys Are Back! I am so excited they are because they were one of my favorite shoes to wear.

I picked the clear ones because they really can go with any outfit. I have been wearing them every day since I received them in the mail.

Jellys Are Back

For those that have asked. I have not gotten any blisters from these shoes. They really are very comfortable and flexible. I normally wear a size 7 so I ordered the size 38s from their site. I wore them to a recent photo shoot on the beach. It was so nice because they didn’t fall off my feet like normal flip flops and I could just shake my feet to get the sand out of my shoes. I also didn’t have to worry about them getting wet.

Jellys Are Back

Jellys Are Back | How to Take Care of Them:

Jelly Beans offered a few tips on taking care of your new Jellys. Undo your buckles when taking your Jelly Beans off. A snapped strap is no fun for anybody! If you happen to have a dip in salt water, make sure you rinse your shoes off with fresh water afterwards.

Jellys Are Back
The picture above was taken after I have worn them over the past few days. My only complaint is in some places it looks like the clear is turning a little yellow. Mainly on the bottom of the shoe. I remember that on my clear jellys as a kid, I have always been pretty rough on shoes!

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Buy Jelly Beans

You can buy your own pair of Jelly Beans  for $34.99 on their US site. Through this site you will get free shipping and the shoes will ship directly from the US not Austrailia. {They are still working out some kinks for their US site. It may be a few days before you can order on the new site.}

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  1. Katherines Corner says

    Thank you for hosting my sweet friend. I am always happy to join in.
    Okay lets talk about my love hate relationship with jellies, LOL When I was a young girl and i lived in the middle east. Jelly shoes were the cheapest shoes available and they were worn by those who had very little to call their own. Easy to wash off in the hose and they protected their feet from the hot pavement. A pair cost about $0.50! When they came to America my daughter was young ( she’s 33 now) she squealed she must have a pair ( in every color please). My brain went into some kind of shock when I saw the price. Then I was reminded of my days living in Turkey and watching the precious children of the street playing in the dirt and begging for coins or food on the corners. I was torn…I succumbed, and she had every color and style. But I never bought a pair for myself. xo P.S. your are cute.

  2. says

    Growing up, I was pretty much the only kid who didn’t have jellys, and it was so sad! Maybe I can have some now, and get a matching set for all my girls, ha!