Finally, FINALLY it’s getting warm enough for open-toed footwear. Ha haaaaa! Bless the glorious, warming sunshine, and the changes in wardrobe that it brings. In honor of this seasonal shift, I thought I’d round up a few pairs of sandals that have caught my eye over the past months, as I’ve waited patiently for the weather to catch up with my sartorial longings:
Minnetonka Haley – $66
What a fun take on an espadrille! The braided leather straps play off of the rope wedges so beautifully, and that wedge looks very walkable. And a pretty fair price for a cute pair of trendy sandals, methinks.
Kork-Ease Deborah – $155
It’s not truly spring until I’m lusting after another pair of Kork-Ease sandals. This is the second year that the Deborah style has been offered, and this leafy green is just killing me. Knowing this brand as I do, I’m sure this style will be comfy and walkable.
Dr. Scholl’s Candid – $55.99
Another brand I know and trust. With that 1″ platform, these babies will walk like 3″ heels, and that cushioned footbed will help them to feel even comfier. Such a great mix of ladylike and tough.
ALDO Brendle – $60
Such a marvelously minimalist little sandal. This style could be dressed up for an evening out, go to work with a business casual ensemble, or spice up jeans and a tee on the weekend. I adore this orange, but it comes in stark black, warm cognac, and a funky colorblocked version, too.
olsenHaus Tokyo Wedge – $185.50
Speaking of color blocking, check out this incredibly funky pair of wedges. How fun would these be with a simple shorts-and-tee ensemble? And they’re VEGAN!
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Have you got your heart set on any sandals this season? What are you looking for in a summer shoe? Versatility? Comfort? Arch support? Feel free to share links and brand recommendations in the comments!
The header photo shows my Joe’s Jeans Brenda II Wedges
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