Sandals for spring come in all sorts of shapes and styles. Whether you prefer a minimal sandal or something more glitzy, there’s bound to be something to suit your personal style this season. Right now we’re seeing a trend for simple, strappy designs with unexpected trims or embellishments. If you’re in the mood for a bit of online window shopping then check out these stylish sandals for spring.
1 Tan Contrast Sandals
Neutral tan sandals are great to have in any wardrobe. They’re versatile and can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. For a fun twist, choose a tan pair with contrasting coloured trims. These Modcloth sandals feature cute pink piping and are stylish sandals for spring. Also check out Ruche and Loeffler Randall for similar tan sandals.
2 Metallic Sandals
Metallic sandals are perfect for wearing at night or for glamming up a daytime look. They go well with a range of different outfits from shorts and a t-shirt to cropped pants and a blouse. These rose gold sandals by Bass feature cute braided details and cost around $70. For similarly affordable sandals be sure to browse shops like Topshop and New Look.
3 Low Heeled Sandals
Sandals with low block heels are perfect if you’re after a daytime sandal that’s also a little bit dressier. The low heel still gives you some lift and height but they’re low enough so that they’re not uncomfortable to walk around in all day. These tomato red sandals are from ASOS and cost around $60. They’re also available in a black version if you prefer something less colourful.
4 Simple Black Sandals
You can’t go wrong with a pair of simple black sandals. They’re timeless and can be paired with all sorts of outfits. These flat buckled sandals are from Topshop and cost around $80. You can spend as much or as little as you like on a pair of black sandals. Designer sandals can cost as much as a couple of hundred dollars while chain store buys will set you back as little as $20.
5 Embellished Sandals
Embellished sandals are another stylish option for spring. They’re a great way of adding some extra interest to your outfit. At nearly $1000, these Miu Miu sandals are way out of most of our budgets. Luckily you can find just as stylish but much more affordable embellished sandals at New Look and Modcloth.
6 Two Tone Sandals
All things two tone are on-trend right now. This spring, a pair of two tone sandals is a stylish option. They’d look great worn with mainly monochrome outfits. From designer numbers by Chloé (pictured here) and Elizabeth and James to more affordable styles from ASOS and Nasty Gal, there’s a two tone sandal to suit all budgets.
7 Studded Sandals
Studded sandals are a popular option for spring. You don’t have to drop the big bucks on designer sandals by Marni and Valentino either, with plenty of chain stores offering up stylish and affordable options. Modcloth and Topshop are all great places to look for studded sandals that won’t break the bank.
8 Jelly Sandals
This childhood throwback is making a comeback. Yep, jelly sandals will be back in fashion for spring. The jelly sandal is much more grown up these days, with plenty of more elegant styles on offer. Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman offer up cute bow varieties while you can get more minimalist sandals at Topshop.
Whether you prefer simple and sleek designs or something more colourful, there’s something for everybody. These are just some types of sandals to deck your feet out in this spring. Which of these sandals would you wear this spring?
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