WFH Items: Summer Sandals

Apr 24, 2020

The weather in the Upper Left is still fairly cool; I have to wear my North Face vest on my morning walks.  So my head is still dressing for cooler weather, but I know it’s quite warm where some of you are.  But even if it’s too chilly where I am, let’s talk about a few pairs of under-$100 summer sandals that I like the look of right now.

You know I’m a sucker for tortoise print.  These Dolce Vita Sandals are a wonderful way to wear it.

These simple Jessica Simpson Crossover Slides are definitely worth a look.  They’re a nice casual sandal for summer wear.

If you need a minimal sandal that goes with anything, this Splendid Meghan Sandal is a wonderful choice.

I put up these Madewell Sandals on Tuesday, but they’re do good, I have to share them again.

A metallic sandal is a great neutral shoe for summer. This rose gold sandal from Splendid is a fabulous option at a good price.

Sam Edelman’s Cutout Slide Sandals have a classic look to them.  They also come in wide widths.

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  1. Julia A Thompson says:

    These are lovely, however, those of us with feet larger than 10 M require other options.

  2. Monica T says:

    I always love the look of these really basic flat sandals, but when not in ‘safer at home’ mode I walk 3-4 miles a day and they slaughter my feet. I owned those Sam Edelman’s and they were stylish but didn’t work for my lifestyle. I found a great pair of Comfortiva sandals last year that I could walk and walk and walk in, but this year they don’t appear to be making them, so now I’m trying to find good cork sole replacements. Most Birks are a little too utilitarian, but I’m thinking about trying their Papillio line. Yay for Summer days ahead!

    • Lost says:

      I like my Birkenstocks while home, but out and about I’ve had good luck with Vionics for walking for miles. Sort through their offerings to find the more stylish ones.

    • Rachel says:

      Have you looked into Vionic? They have orthopedic soles. I bought a pair last summer that I wore through 10 days in Spain. On the pricey side though.

  3. Jen says:

    Did you see that Rothy’s came out with sandals? They are pretty cute and a good easy-to-wear.

    https://rothys.com

  4. Jennifer B says:

    Loved the first pair of sandals and wound up purchasing…

    Note for others, if you leave them in your cart and walk away they’ll add 20% off!

  5. Becky says:

    I appreciate the metallic offering. I prefer a sandal that has an ankle strap, finding that I struggle to keep sandals such as slides or mules on my feet. I realize this has the effect of shortening the leg sometimes, especially those that feature a thick strap. I find wearing skin toned sandals somewhat mitigates the problem. Clenching my feet to hold onto shoes contributed to the arthritis with which I now suffer in my metatarsals. Thank you for the summer-forward “feeture!”

  6. Jen says:

    Ha, I wore the gold sandals to my wedding! They were very comfortable all day and night. Great pick!

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