Happy Friday! I was hoping that spring weather would be in full swing by now, but it’s actually been a bit cold here! Like, in the 40’s and 50’s this week– burr! So, I’m engaging in some wishful summer thinking today and rounding up some fun picks for summer sandals.
In my search, I came across some pretty adorable sandals. I love these fun striped knot wedges from Target, and they are under $25. These yellow heels from Sole Society are super chic and would go great with any neutral and also navy this spring and summer. How cute would they be to wear to a wedding? Other favorites were these flat fringe sandals these red flats from Madewell and these funky pom-pom sandals from Nordstrom.
There were so many fun colors and styles. I recently purchased these Steve Madden wedges in tan (pictured above and worn in this post) for spring and summer. When I was at DSW I to buy them I also tried on these b.o.c. sandals and thought they were so comfortable. I really wanted them, but I was looking for a sandal with an ankle strap, so I went with the Steve Madden pair, which admittedly are not nearly as comfortable. If you’ve ever had a pair of b.o.c. shoes, you know walking in them feels like walking on clouds.
If you’re in the market for budget sandals, Old Navy has a great collection of styles right now- I was really impressed with some of the cute sandals they have. How cute are these double-strap sandals with animal print? Target also had an amazing selection, like these fun slides and these espadrille wedges.
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Have you started thinking about adding to your sandal collection this summer? Where do you typically shop for sandals? Do you stock up on the basics, or are you always looking for a sandal that’s a little more unique?
PS – get more spring style inspiration here and here. And have you seen my collaboration with JORD watches? We’re hosting a giveaway and you could win $100 toward a wood watch of your own. Time is running out to enter (pun intended) so check out this post for details.