The Biggest Sandal Trends Of 2020 According To Our Fashion Editor
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Buying a new pair of sandals each year is no easy feat. From platform to strappy, it can be impossible to know which style will suit you best, with both comfort and style in mind.
Although this year has unexpectedly become the year of the staycation, sandals have still proved to be a big contender when it comes to summer style. Whether we’re frolicking after a few cans of gin at a picnic or adventuring in the fields the Irish countryside has to offer, we still want to look stylish while we do it, right down to the shoes we have on our feet.
So, breaking down the 5 biggest sandals trends from 2020, our fashion editor, Megan Fox, tells us exactly what each style is all about, why we should invest in them, and where exactly to get the best pair.
The Dad Sandal
What was once the ‘dad trainer’ has since morphed into a sandal, and I can guarantee the latest influx of them on bloggers and fashion guru’s feeds will have changed your opinion on this surprisingly comfortable and practical footwear.
Criss Cross Strap Sandal – € 69
Hoping for that little bit of extra height without the hassle of a stiletto or kitten heel? Look no further. The flat and chunky platform has made a comeback and can be found in many different textures from raffia to leather to go with any outfit.
The humble flip flop has been given some TLC and has come out the other side looking incredibly chic and grown-up. The perfect ‘barely there’ sandal to go with little summer dresses.
Flat Croc Sandal – €19.99
Strappy Leather Sandal – €39.95
Easy Slide Ons
Super comfortable and easy to wear with most outfits for that cool-casual look, these simple slide ons are a summer sandal winner.
The Day Crossover Sandal – €79
These have been on our radar for quite some time now, but with Bottega Veneta introducing their quilted style in recent months, mules have become more popular than ever. You’ll have spotted them on the feet of every fashionista of late.
Blue Mules – €19.99
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