Sandals, Slingbacks, & Slides I’m Loving This Summer

Sam Edelman Bay Slide Sandal, Steven Greece Slide Sandal, Tilden of To Be Bright

SANDALS & SLIDES

Bay Slide Sandal

If there’s a sandal style I’m over the moon obsessed with, it’s this one right here. I proudly own it in 3 colors – bright white leather, saddle leather, & orange leather (sadly discontinued) – and now contemplating getting 2 more colors because I have no self-control. It’s just such a versatile & comfortable sandal, as well as flattering AF.

Greece Slide

Ok I’ll admit after seeing multiple influencers sharing this style of slide, I guess you can say I was “influenced” to try it for myself. I’m very glad I did because this has quickly become another favorite pair to sport this Summer. Ps, it’s a fab dupe pair of the Hermès slide.

Raffia Flat Sandal

I never thought I’d be a Jacks girl but this pair might’ve converted me. The color combo along with the raffia leather is truly unique & makes such a statement. Planning on wearing these to my best friend’s wedding (her idea!) *Highly suggest breaking these in a few times before wearing full-time.

Lace-Up Block Heel Sandal

This pair has quickly become my summer go-to sandal for dressier occasions. I first styled them with a white denim romper as an elevated approach to casual dressing. Recently I’ve been pairing them up with my dresses & loving how chic they are in completing each look. They’re very comfortable (thank you block heel) so you can definitely wear these all night long with ease. See how I wore them here.

Sam Edelman Ludlow Slingback Kitten Heel Pump, Sam Edelman Raya Slingback Flat, Sam Edelman Leah Cap Toe Pump, Jagger Active Suede Slingback, Badgley Mischka Lennon Ballet Flat, Matiko Circa Woven Slingback Pump, Tilden of To Be Bright

SLINGBACKS

Ludlow Slingback Kitten Heel

This is my first pair of slingbacks that ultimately set the pace for my current obsession. I wanted something that wasn’t a sandal but also wasn’t a dedicated heel (I can’t tolerate anything with a stiletto for longer than 2 hours.) So when I came across this kitten heel style, I felt like I hit the jackpot. They look the part of casual sophistication, matching up beautifully with an elevated denim outfit or stepping up to the dressier standards of a more formal occasion. See how I wore them here.

Raya Slingback Flat

Same look as the Ludlow, but sans heel. I’ve worn these with dresses, shorts, and jeans – the versatility is fabulous!

Circa Slingback Pump

This woven slingback pair is a new addition & has quickly become one of my faves to wear with dresses. The style leather makes it very summer trendy but its natural color is what makes this pair very approachable. Plus, the heel is super cool! See how I wore them here.

Active Suede Slingback Pump

One of my sportier slingback styles & a great one nonetheless! So far I’ve only worn them with jeans but I love how fresh they are with an everyday ensemble. See how I wore them here.

I know these two pairs mentioned below aren’t technically considered as slingbacks, sandals, or slides but I still wanted to share them, as they’re both involved in my current shoe rotation.

Leah Cap Toe Pump

I’ve wanted this pair for the longest time & finally decided to get them. They’re not even expensive but I couldn’t bring myself to purchase another pair without a reason; until I decided that constantly thinking about them was in fact a reason! No buyer’s remorse here. I’m very happy with them & how great they look with a pair of jeans or high-waisted shorts.

Lennon Ankle Strap Flats

Sometimes you just wanna wear a cute flat, and sometimes you can’t wear sandals because your pedicure is not cute. That’s where these pearl embellished ankle strap flats come to my rescue! I’ve worn them with jeans & also with my white linen shorteralls, which is my new fave dressy-casual ensemble (outfit will def be coming to the blog soon!)



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1 Comment

  • Reply Marta July 12, 2019 at 9:40 am

    I definitely need to get some sandals this summer, thanks for the inspiration!

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