Insomniac Sale Picks: Narrow-width Walkable Sandals

*In this late-night feature – which will run Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week – I’ll gather up three fun items that are currently on sale online and share them with you! I would LOVE suggestions: Stylish wide-width pumps? Classic v-necked sweaters? Chandelier earrings? Petite dress slacks? What would you like to see featured?*

Rachel requested a few picks for narrow-width, walkable sandals that look relatively dressy, so here we go:

SoftSpots Neima– was $80, now $39.99 – $78.40 (depending on size/color)

Such a pretty, classic sandal. If you have trouble with slingbacks these might not fall under “walkable,” but if they work for you that sturdy little heel should be acceptable for anything under 45 minutes or so. These little loves come in over 20 colors including seafoam, pewter, summery white, several versions of faux snakeskin, and loads of shiny patent leather options. Narrow sizes don’t seem to be available below size 6, but go on up through size 11.

Bella-Vita Silk – was $69.95, now $55.99 (select colors)

That little heel and balancing platform make these espadrilles a decent bet for walkability. I love them in this pale silk, which will be nude for many pale-skinned gals and therefore elongate the leg line. But they also come in magenta, green, black navy, pale yellow, and red. AA/narrow sizes are available in 6 – 12.

Naturalizer Cadence – was $69, now $56.44 – $59.95 (depending on size/color)

These guys are more on the “walkable” end of things, but are certainly dressier than many available sandals. With a cushy-soft sole and artfully criss-crossed straps, this pair will complement just about any flirty sundress. Available in this fabulous blue, black, brown, red, white, and a metallic mix. Narrow sizes in 6 – 11.

Other not-currently-on-sale resources for narrow-width walkable sandals:

  1. Camper – This Spanish brand doesn’t stock narrow sizes, but I have been buying their shoes for nearly 10 years and find them to be excrutiatingly narrow. If you have really, really narrow feet this brand might not work and I definitely advise eyeballing individual pairs. But if you’re marginally narrow, they’re worth a gander.
  2. Amazon – 246 pairs of narrow width sandals in all price ranges and styles.
  3. Naturalizer – Whenever I’m on the hunt for narrow shoes for clients, this brand always ends up a winner.
  4. And, of course, check out Barking Dog Shoes for in-depth reviews of shoes for speciality size feet of all kinds!

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  • Every so often I’m glad I got side tracked from what I was doing and come across sweet blogs like yours! ..Love your choices and of course you can never have too many shoe links.

    added you to my noteworthy blogs :-]

  • yeah, this is so funny because I find campers insanely wide. They just fall off my feet. (Size 10, 4A with a 6A heel here.)

    I’d like to recommend Schuler and Sons – I have oh..two? three? two, I think, pairs of shoes from them. Both so narrow as to require a breaking-in process, which is a totally new experience for me!

    Some individual styles from Seychelles also run on the narrow side. It’s not consistent, but worth trying.