Blogger Spotlight: indie.electronic.alternative

Danielle of indie.electronic.alternative in her Minnetonka Back Zipper Boots

Blogger Spotlight:  Danielle of indie.electronic.alternative

What’s your Minnetonka story?
I’ve always been a fan of fringe so when I saw my first pair of Minnetonka mocs I was immediately drawn to them.  As soon as I tried them on I knew I’d be a fan forever.

My Tramper Boots are still a favorite even 3 years later.  I’ve worn them everywhere from music festivals, running errands and even just lounging around my house.  They kept me comfortable last winter on a 17 day trip to Australia and New Zealand.  Even in varying climates (from the sandy beaches to the drizzling mountains) I wore them the entire time.

This year I added two bright pairs of Kilty Suede Moccasins to my collection.  They’re more proof that all you need are Minnetonka mocs, because I have swapped out my usual sandals for them all summer.  Minnetonka mocs really are the most comfortable, lightweight and stylish shoes!

End of summer style in a pair of storm blue Kilty Mocs

If you could explain your style in one word or phrase what would it be?
Rock and roll hippy girly chick.  It varies by my mood.

What’s your favorite trend this season?
Mirrored Ray-Bans

What song do you currently have on repeat?
Kate Boy’s “Northern Lights”

Danielle's Minnetonka must-have for fall...a pair of Leopard Kilty Mocs!

What’s your favorite city and why?
My heart is in Philadelphia where I live but I really loved Sydney (Australia), Queenstown (New Zealand) and Venice (California).  I’ll be returning to all of them someday!

My Minnetonka must-have item is… the Kilty Moc!  In any color!  But especially the Leopard Kilty Moc for fall!

Visit indie.electronic.alternative this week and enter to win one of the three Minnetonka products Danielle styled!  Enter now! 


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>