What We’re Loving | Flat Sandals

 

When you work in retail, the majority of your shifts are spent standing up/running around the store providing giving customer service (while looking fly in the process). I don’t know about you, but as a current shopgirl, high heels are NOT my chosen form of footwear. In the cooler months, I gravitate towards low-heeled/wedge/flat boots and in the summer I hunt down wedges that pretty much go with everything. If it’s cute AND comfy, I will get it multiple colors. Sue me. 

Sometimes though, I just DON’T want to wear heels! Flip flops are not an option at most establishments, but clacking around in 3 inch heels on wood and concrete is not ideal on days when you feel blah. The easiest alternative are flat t-strap/ankle strap sandals. They’re stylish while still being comfortable, and work well with both dresses and pants. Plus, many designers add a small 1/2 – 1 inch heel to give you a little cushion when they’re worn for extended periods.  

I’ve wrangled up some flat sandals at various price points that are still apropos for work, but totally give your tooties a break.

Be & D Animal Print Sandals, $158
Sergio Rossi Colorblock Sandal, $259
Tommy Hilfiger Loraine Sandal, $59
 

Cole Haan Molly Sandal, $128
 

 

Lanvin Bronze Tone Leather Sandal, $745
H&M Sandal with Metal Buckle, $24
Tory Burch Casey Flat Sandal, $349
Steve Madden Virrtue Thong Sandal, $59
BCBGeneration Tannen Braided Sandal, $69

What’s your go to shoe for work?

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