Confession of an Asian StyleHolic

Eco freindly Feelgoodz Flip Flop

This is what you can do to look glamorously green. Put on a flip flop!

I love wearing flip flop because it is really stylish, cosy and I can flaunt the work of my trusted, loveable pedicurist work!

 Thanks to Kyle Berner (pic)  and his business partner Joel Neland.

 The flip flops is not only very trendy and easy on the eyes but it care the earth too. Yes guys.. if you care about the earth, feelgoodz is a flip-flop that you must have. These are the reasons why you should buy feelgoodz flipflop

  1. It is eco friendly, made from breathable 100% natural rubber
  2. Your feet will thank you for feelgoodz because natural rubber is the most comfortable material for feet
  3. You know you’re doing good deed because 3% of the revenue will go to Ashoka, a global association of world leading social entrepreneurs.
  4. 1% goes to the development of Phitsanulok, where the owner of Feelgoodz stay while they in Thailand
  5. 1% go to the Thai, to improve the working conditions and proper wages
  6. The owner don’t condone child labour (so sweet!)
  7. Again, eco friendly, flops are 100% recyclable
  8. Again, eco friendly, it is biodegradable
  9. It is well received in Japan and the States it is available at Whole Food. If you don’t owned one, you are going to miss the style wave
  10. The collection is so cute. I can almost wear them all!!

The best thing is all design has it own story. You’ll be wearing a design straight from the designer heart. You’ll be amazed by the story behind each pair of the flip-flop!




 I am aiming for a pair of Feelgoodz flip flop, size 10.

 Visit feelgoodz .

p/s: I wonder if Anna Wintour will be wearing Feelgoodz . I am strongly think she will because feelgoodz so stylish and edgy n earth freindly. She may wore fur but she cares about earth too!


May 24, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized |


  1. where in Malaysia i can find one of this pair of Feelgood flip-flop a.k.a Slipar Jepun? is it spankingly expensive?

    Comment by Lonely in Gorgeous | May 25, 2009

  2. I was really impressed by the feelgoodz eco-friendly claims too. I did a little research and Feelgoodz are made by hippobloo and available throughout south east Asia.

    According to the manufacturer they are made from up to 70% natural rubber.

    Comment by Anonymous | May 25, 2009

  3. i dont think so luv (my best anna wintour icy tone dripping with venom) ….anna wouldnt want to be caught dead wit a low heel feet apparatus…

    Comment by | May 25, 2009

  4. Lonely,
    I am not sure where to find it in malaysia. A pair cost like USD19. you do the math.

    Wait for the interview me and the designer, Kyle Berner

    Comment by cutecarry | May 25, 2009

  5. hmmmm… around USD20.. would be RM80… plus shipping, brand name, store rental, voila! RM300 for a pair of slipar jepun! i guess i’ll be wearing Tat Sing for sure! Muahahahahha!

    Comment by Lonely in Gorgeous | May 25, 2009

  6. dahling.. for the sake of nature okeh… imagine if i accindently meet you while you’re in your Ralph Lauren tank top, Chanel hot pant and you’re wearing feelgoodz flip fliop ( dont forget oversized Hermes cabag)!

    U are sooooo goin to be feauture in cute carry… special mentioned.. hahahha

    Comment by cutecarry | May 25, 2009

  7. I love the idea of eco friendly stuff but when it comes to flip flops, nothing beat Havaianas!!

    Sworn to my Havaianas till death (theirs n mine) do us

    Comment by Dimple Gamgee | May 25, 2009

  8. cutecarry u shud get one, then I buy.. u are a trendsetter

    Comment by Anonymous | May 25, 2009

  9. […] Read about him in past CuteCarry entry here. […]

    Pingback by CuteTalk: Flip-flops ambition. « CuteCarry | May 27, 2009

  10. hafiz you ganteng banger che , mau dong jdi ceweknya
    minta no handphone you…….. klo gak just kidding seriuz juga gak pa pa kok lam kenal nak jakarta ,,,,,,,,?????????????//

    Comment by novika sari | June 23, 2009

  11. hai,hafiz? bdw yuo udah punya ce pa lun

    Comment by chantika | June 25, 2009

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