What To Shop: These Cult Sandals Are Back For Another Season

Sunny days are coming and so, we're getting ready to put our best foot forward this SS21!


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It’s almost time to break out of those trusty walking runners and into something a little more revealing, the sandal! While we may not be able to pop in for a beloved pedicure as of yet, why not make an evening of it and treat yourself to one at home with a little make shift basin and all of the lotions and potions you can find to rid yourself of those unwanted dead skin cells and welcome some soft, summer, sandal ready toes!

If there’s one pair of flats that you need to add to your wardrobe this season it is a pair of these minimal yet chunky sandals.The humble flip flop has been given a little makeover and elevated to the next level for a more grown up approach to casual spring/summer dressing.

Inspired by sartorial queens The Olsen twins and their brand The Row, these sandals have been on the feet of almost every chic fashion It Gal last summer and are set to stick around again this season. (Yay!)


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While The Row version are simply stunning, the high street also have similar styles on their new in sections. Wear them with everything from floaty midi skirts to straight cut denim jeans for an effortless look with all of the comfort. Who needs heels anymore? Honestly, after a year of the most casual dressing of all time, it’s okay to want to stick with comfort. These sandals will take you from day to night with their sophisticated platform and a wide toe strap that looks extra luxe.


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Add to cart before they’re all snatched up!

Massimo Dutti, €150

Monki, €30

The Row @ Net-a-Porter, €780

Mango, €49.99

Ancient Greek Sandals, €150

Marks and Spencer, €49

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