Sneak Preview of Spring Sandals

by Anna P. | January 11th, 2013 | Shoes, Women's Fashion

Now that the holidays are officially over, it’s not too early to anticipate spring style. In just a few weeks, we will finally see spring and summer fashions grace the racks at your favorite department stores and boutiques. If you’re already jonesing for a pair of spring sandals, we’ve got plenty of haute styles you’ll flip over.

Candie’s Espadrilles $23.97 at Kohl’s

Take your style to new heights with a pair of espadrille wedges like these from Candie’s. These shoes feature a gathered upper with jute trim, peep-toe, buckle closure, manmade lining, lightly padded footbed, and 4 1/2 inch heel. These shoes will look awesome with jeans, denim skirts, corduroy pants, and khakis.

White Mountain Shoes Movie Platform Sandals $39.50 at Macy’s

The search for the perfect everyday sandal stops here! The White Mountain Shoes Movie Platform Sandals are chic, comfy, and super affordable. These shoes feature a multi colored fabric swatch design on the cork heel/platform, a man made upper, and round open-toe design. You can save these shoes for the beach later this year, or you can wear them with pretty printed sundresses or colorful rompers.

Nine West Wiston Flat Sandals $59.00 at Piperlime

If you’re not crazy about sandals with a heel or platform, you may want to consider flat sandals instead, like the Nine West Wiston Flat Sandals. These shoes feature a pure leather upper, synthetic lining, synthetic outsole, flat heel, and buckle closure. These sandals come in your choice of two colors: black or yellow. The Wiston is perfect for poolside and beach side style as well as khakis, denim, shorts, maxi dresses, dressy pantsuits, and much more.

Clammer Sandals $90.00 at Aldo

The Clammer Sandal is one of the more dressier styles out there. With a suede upper, open-toe design, stacked platform, and a slingback with adjustable strap, these sandals will surely offer plenty of amazing style options.

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