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There are only a few footwear options much more ideal than jelly shoes when traveling. They’re compact and lightweight (more luggage space), they’re water- and dust-resistant (versatile and hassle-free), and they’re, above all, comfortable (walk in them all day!). 

To celebrate our love for traveling, Brazilian jelly shoe brand Melissa launched its Holiday 2017 collection, dubbed Melissa Mapping, featuring designs inspired by stylish locations in the world where Melissa shoes can be found or worn. 

Dubrovka, P3,895

 

Colder destinations, like those rural and urban localities in Russia, call for Oxford shoes with heels. Its minimalist style and neutral colors make it a versatile option that can take you to formal and casual events. 

Kasakova, P2,895

If you prefer to explore the city in flats, this T-strap Mary Jane is your stylish bet. Its preppy and eclectic style complements your knee-length velvet dress and puts a punch to your T-shirt and jeans combo. 

Koenji, P2,895

Wear an edgy pair, such as this, when visiting a hip neighborhood, such as Koenji. This platform sandal looks best on their own or when worn with socks. 

Melrose, P2,995

The no-fuss but architectural design of this style makes it an ideal footwear when exploring any shopping and entertainment district. 

Shibuya, P2,995

This platform slip-on quite literally represents the famous Shibuya crossing. But if you look at it closely, its sleek, minimalist design stands in contrast to the upbeat vibe of this busy Tokyo district. 

Soho, P3,250

Comfort meets chic in this trendy platform sandal that lets you walk on cobblestone streets and check out designer boutiques and fancy chain stores in artsy destinations like the one in Lower Manhattan. 

Visit www.melissaphilippines.com to know where you can score a pair from this collection. 

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