Summer Style: Our Top Sandal Picks

And with that, it’s Summertime! Our beautiful city has been off to a sunny start *despite a little rain these last couple days, but no worries, the sunshine outweighs the wet! We’ve been working with our clients on their warm-weather wardrobes from head to toe, and speaking of toes, what you’re sinking those pedicured pretties into is JUST as important! We’re talking summer sandals, and giving you each of our top picks of this season’s best styles.

  1. A fun take on this classic sandal trend is picking something with a little hardware! It’s an easy way to add dimension to your sandal game. Shopbop $250
  2. We love that this sandal doesn’t have an ankle strap. Good for the gal that doesn’t want to highlight the ankle, or needs the extra inches in length! Net-a-Porter $185
  3. This sandal is sporty meets functional. The elastic straps and rubber sole are practical, yet the white and rose gold detail or so chic! Sorel, Nordstrom $79.95


  1. A chic little summer slide with a pop of color and tiny wedge to give just a touch of height! DSW $49.99
  2. With it’s metallic finish, this slide can be perfect for evening too! Just remember to accessorize at the neck and arm! DVF, Bergdorf Goodman $198
  3. Sleek in it’s design, this slide is great for daytime paired with a chic ensemble, but can easily be worn on a casual evening too! beek, Shopbop $280


  1. A block heel strappy option is perfect for the gal who doesn’t like a stiletto heel! Marc Fisher, Nordstrom $102
  2. A great neutral that can add texture to an all white Summer outfit! Zara $59.99
  3. The blush tone in this strappy sandal feels so fresh, and the lace-up detail helps elongate the leg. The block heel can easily be dressed up or down for day to night. Rebecca Minkoff, Bloomingdales $175

Summer looks are in full effect for both the ladies and the gents! Contact us for consulting, personal shopping and outfitting! To learn more about our Personal Shopping, Wardrobe Consulting, and Outfitting Services, visit us here:

Christy Walsh

Christy graduated with a degree in fashion merchandising from Kent State University and with a master’s degree in marketing and communication from Franklin University. She worked as a visual merchandiser for Columbus-based tween brand Justice and Fortune 500 Columbus-based retailer Abercrombie & Fitch before joining Wardrobe Therapy. She lives in Worthington, Ohio with her husband and two daughters.

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