8 Tips for Choosing πŸ€” the Best πŸ‘πŸΌ Summer Sandals πŸ‘‘ for You ...

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When Maroon Five sings β€œThis Summer’s Gonna Hurt,” I am convinced they are talking about sandals.

Let’s be real, other than sunburn there is nothing more painful than a new pair of sandals.

But don’t let that stop you from finding the perfect pair of sandals to show off your super cute pedi and soft feet.

Use these tips to find the right summer sandals.

1. Pick Your Style

There are so many styles of sandals.

You can go for gladiators, thongs, platforms, slides and wedges, to name a few.

So what are you looking for?

Thongs and slides are great for something casual and classic, but you might want a mule or platform if you are looking for something a little dressier.

2. What Are Your Comfort Needs?

Are these going out sandals or something you will wear on vacation seeing the sights?

We know there is a breaking-in process with any new shoe, but some sandals are more comfortable than others.

Take your needs into consideration when picking your perfect summer sandal.

If you are doing a lot of walking, choose something for comfort over looks.

3. Can You Find a Sale?

Where do you like to buy sandals?

Are they having a summer sale?

Maybe you can find a good deal and get half off your second pair.3

What’s better than the perfect pair of sandals?

Two pairs of perfect summer sandals.

4. Quality Materials

Make sure your new sandals are made of good quality material and with good workmanship.

The worst thing is to be out and have the straps of your sandals fall apart.2

Knowing you are wearing a quality product will give you a little more peace of mind.

5. Good Fit

I always laugh when I see a girl trying to squeeze her feet into a super cute pair of sandals that just don’t fit.

Don’t be afraid to size up if your heel is falling off the back of the sole.

If your toes are crammed in the straps, look for a wider fit.

Your sandal will do you better justice if it actually fits your foot correctly.

If you aren’t sure, ask for assistance.3

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