Robinson, 14, started designing sandals when she was just 8, reports My Fox Houston.
"In 2006, I had an idea to make flip flops that showed my love for swimming, fishing and drawing. I hope you wear them, love them and share them with your friends and I hope they make you smile," the teenager told MyFox Houston.
A few years later, her children's sandals were being sold in small boutiques under the name Fish Flops.
But Robinson's big break happened when she wrote a letter to Nordstrom's buying team about her brand.
The retailer responded and decided to sell Fish Flops in 60 stores.
The flip flops feature intricate illustrations and light up when a child walks. They sell for about $20.
Check them out here.
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