Evening Sandals You Must Own

by Anna P. | September 7th, 2012 | Shoes, Women's Fashion

Glam it up with your favorite pair of evening sandals. Although this style of shoes are primarily for evenings and parties, you don’t have to save them exclusively for these kind of events. Here is a list of three types of evening sandals every fashionista must own, including how to wear them, and styles you’ll love.

1- Embellished Sandals

What happens when simple just won’t do? That’s where embellishments come in. Every fashionista needs at least one pair of gorgeous embellished evening sandals. It really doesn’t matter whether the footwear in question is covered in sequins, rhinestones, or jewels, as long as the shoes are comfortable and look great. Save these shoes for special occasions when you want to dress up little black dresses or feminine pantsuits.

Styles you’ll love: Call It Spring Wendelboe Rhinestone Heels $40 at JCPenney; Nina Levina Sandals $89.00 at Piperlime; and Kelsey Sandals $90.00 at Aldo.

2- Colorful Sandals

A little bit of color adds so much to any wardrobe, and that’s why it’s wise to invest in a pair or two of pretty pumps in vibrant hues. Ideal colors include red, blue, green, pink, and the like. Once again, these shoes are best reserved for looks that need a little something extra like skinny jeans and neutral colored outfits.

Styles you’ll love:  Colorblock Snakeskin Sandals $325.00 at Saks Fifth Avenue; Sequin Snake Skin Caged Pumps $35.50 at Charlotte Russe; and Colin Stuart Strappy Ankle-wrap Sandals $68.00 at Victoria’s Secret.

3-Edgy Punk-Inspired Sandals

If you want to bring out your daring sense of style, you’ve got to invest in a pair of super edgy sandals that are made from leather and feature chains or studded details. These are the kind of shoes that go great with skinny jeans, leggings, floral dresses, and more.

Styles you’ll love: Steve Madden Studded Sandals $149.00 at Victoria’s Secret; and Via Spiga Himani Sandals $275.00 at Nordstrom.

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