AW fashion: Roc' the Croc!

Monday, September 03, 2018

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On October 4, the Jamaica Observer Takes Style Out . Whether you will be bargain-hunting, prepping the boutique ahead of the rush, or on the road simply for the fun of it, comfort is key. Especially if you'll be out for longer than the prescribed five hours of retail therapy. A pair of socks worn with a pair of crocs is all your feet need to get you through the Caribbean's biggest shopping event.

If you're as Jamaican as the rest of us, and like to ensure your pair is like no other, add some Jibbitz to the mix – official shoe charms in the form of mini caricatures and popular cartoon characters.

Crocs Jamaica has also made finding a retail store much easier with over three outlets to boot. There is a gift shop on the Tony Thwaites Wing at the University Hospital of the West Indies, a newly opened franchise in the second city, and the Liguanea branch at the Sovereign Centre in St Andrew. Whether you love them or hate them, crocs are going nowhere! AW Fashion shows you how to roc' the croc.

Find your pair at:

Crocs Jamaica

Shop #39, Sovereign Centre

106 Hope Road

Kingston 6

Telephone: 876-946-3377


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Monday - Thursday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm

Friday - Saturday 10:00 am - 8:00 pm

Sunday 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

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