I recently purchased the TOMS desert booties from Nordstrom. They are almost a completely neutral wedge. Although not enough to prevent me from making my purchase, there is the blue tag. A reader had suggested to remove the tag with a seam ripper. Not wanting to try my first attempt on a brand new pair of shoes (and still not sure if I will have the guts), here is how my experiment went with an older pair of canvas flats:
How to Remove the Tag
How to Wash
After attempting several Google searches for how to remove TOMS tag, I came up with no examples of it working. But I did stumble across this blog post on how to wash a pair of TOMS. Here is what I did:
Since we are on the subject of TOMS, I noticed that they are selling sunglasses. I am pleased to see they offer a few polarized options. The "One for One" for this product is: Every pair purchased will help TOMS give sight to one person in need—through medical treatment, prescription eyeglasses or sight-saving surgery.