Updated: Jun 22
Summer shoe trends are here to stay, while uncomfortable platforms have taken a back seat. Embracing fresh colors and easy-to-wear bright colored wedges or flats are fabulous pieces to complement maxi dresses/skirts or denim shorts, complementing a well-thought-out outfit. There is no fun way to start this season other than spoiling yourself a little especially after coming out from a long period of hibernation.
Ahead are several shoe styles that will turn a walk in the park into a runway.
A summer special, this tony bianco glamour flats honey sheep nappa comes in nude color. A perfect everyday sandal that will go with anything and everything! Features a slip-on design, pared-back and simplistic design, stylish squared toe-shape, soft woven leather upper and genuine leather lining and comfortable cushioned flat sole. Get this.
Artisanal craftsmanship at its best. Made from the finest leathers and natural materials, this style is all about unique, architectural beauty. With its embossed-croc leather
criss-cross and cushioned wedge design, this espadrille stands out from the rest with its wave jute wrap. Embossed leather slip on leather lining with leather sock lining. Cut to a round toe style, rubber sole 2.7 (70mm) with wedge wrapped in jute, 1 (25mm), platform made in Spain. Weatherproof and true to size, Made In Italy. Get it.
Where craftsmanship meets comfort, this slingback wedge espadrille embodies casual chic.
Crafted from a mix of beautiful materials, this croc-embossed style elevates everyone’s favorite summer sandal. With elastic across the ankle and at the heel for perfect fit, it boasts a padded footbed and rubber lug sole to deliver pure comfort. Fully weatherproof so you always look good, whatever the weather. Item features; embossed leather and elastic, slingback, leather lining, leather sock lining, round toe, rubber unit sole and 1.77" (45mm) wedge wrapped in jute, 0.8" (20mm) platform. Weatherproof. Get it.
Crafted of soft suede, Jessica Simpson's cylia sandals are designed with a slender toe strap and wide ankle strap trimmed with cozy faux shearling. Constructed with a covered stiletto heel and padded foot bed, these fun, fierce heels are surprisingly comfortable. Get it.
Aminah Abdul Jillil is a professionally trained dancer who turned her passion for performance and art into a standout shoe collection for INC. This collaboration leans heavily on high-wattage glamor & high-level craftsmanship for statement-making style. In the Lennox strappy sandals, crisscross strapping winds over the ankles to open up adventurous fashion possibilities. Shoe features; 3-1/2" stiletto heel, round-toe strappy sandals with back zipper closure and alllover cutout crisscross strapping. Get it.
The Terinee open-weave raffia sandal is synonymous with summer vibes. Featuring a higher-coverage vamp crafted from crochet raffia, this classic cork platform wedge is anything but basic. Instead it gets the Impo fashion-meets-function treatment by way of a cushioned memory foam footbed. Shoe features; natural cork covered wedge platform height- 3", shoe width- medium, slip-on ease, cushioned memory foam footbed, non-skid outsole and raffia. Get it.
Atop shapely stilettos, puffy petal motifs make the Weslyn slides a fresh pick from INC International Concepts. Shoe features; 3-3/8" stiletto heel, square-toe slip-on slide sandals
and dimensional floral motifs at strap. Get it.
The TRISSA sandals are synonymous with vacation vibes. The comfortable stretch elastic upper, canvas details, memory foam cushioned footbed and beachy rope wrap and canvas espadrille wedge will complement your denim shorts or floaty sheer dress and cool straw bag. Item features;
Heel height - 3.22"
Stretch elastic upper; canvas covered wedge with rope detail
Platform height - 0.75"
Fabric upper; rubber outsole
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