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6 Types of Sandals That Every Woman Should Have This Summer

When the cold fades, the first things you leave behind are your boots and closed-toe shoes in order to welcome sandals back into your wardrobe.
During the summer you take more walks, go out more, and attend more events, so a good pair of sandals is worth the investment!

Have you been curious about this season’s footwear trends? Well, here are our favorite sandals trends for summer 2018 so you can start deciding what to add to your wardrobe.

Rock ‘n Roll

Studs, rivets and spikes: these are some of the characteristics in the best rocker sandals of the season. This type of footwear can add a bit of edge to even the most simple and feminine looks.

Tropical Prints & Colors

Embroidery and flowers are what stand out most in the summer collection. The runway saw plenty of feet dressed in colors, prints, and designs. The idea is to make your shoes stand out and give your look a tropical and colorful twist.

Eclectic Colors

In terms of colors, the color palette expands and ranges from light colors such as cream, sand, and ivory to intense shades of green, fuchsia, red, orange, and blue. Eclectic and striking shoes are coming: it’s just a matter of choosing which ones suit your fancy.

Roman-Inspired: comfortable and practical

In a range of three bright colors (blue, black, and red) and with gold details, these low sandals with a cross-shaped strap design are a very versatile model and will go with practically any sundress or linen pants.

Wedge Sandals

With a modern, elegant, and comfortable design, these platform sandals are perfect for everything from a night out with your friends to a casual meeting at work.

Mules

Usually these sandals go with more formal outfits because they happen to be very elegant. In the 90s, it was the favorite footwear choice for Sarah Jessica Parker and Kate Moss. But this season, the mules surprise us with super elegant and sophisticated designs that you can show off during the day or night.

 

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