Must-Have Spring Sandals- UNDER $50

A Few of my Favorite for your Spring Wardrobe

Every time I wear these sandals I get compliments and questions about where I got them! Yes, they are comfortable, and yes, I will tell you where to get them! I’ve included a few more to add to your collection this season. All you’ll need is a pretty little pedicure to go with any of these fabulous sandals.

Normally, I am running around in heels, so I think people are shocked and take notice when they see me in anything but stilettos or boots with the fur.  At the beginning of spring, I wanted to find some summer sandals that were great for travel for the entire year. I needed comfort, versatility, and of course stylish. I found this a couple of weeks ago and love them.

 I’ve seen the Hermes, and yes ma’am, they’re fabulous but justifying a $600 price tag for sandals is not my cup of tea. So, I think these are the perfect dupe at a price you can’t beat. Then you can not only treat yourself to one, but find another color that fits your fancy! I found the same look at DSW in an adorable blush.

Kelly & Katie-Tinley Sandal

Color: Mauve Snake Print Faux Leather

One of my favorite things about this sandal is that you can wear them with anything! Dress it up or go casual. I’ve worn mine with anything from jean shorts to dresses.

A metallic espadrille is always fun and fabulous !.  It can be a great choice to throw in for a weekend get-a-way that be versatile for a few of your outfits. I found these at TJ Maxx last year for under $40.

Here are a few other options linked below.

These little gems were sitting on the clearance rack, calling my name! Rarely, does a fabulous shoe sit lonesome in MY size 9, and especially on the clearance.  So, I snagged these beauties and began thinking of the multitude of clothing options they will accompany.

Here are similar styles: Sam Edelman -YASHA Bleecker & Bond -Carmen Sandal

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