Kenneth Cole Reaction Shine Through
540 N Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL 60611 (312) 644-1163
The sandal accomplishes the fresh-cut flower and feminine look I adore. Try it in light gold or to add to your wardrobe’s one-color pieces, opt for lemon. It looks comfortable too – a zipper in the rear, cushioned footbed, and rubber sole make it great for everyday outings.
Check your local Kenneth Cole Store, they run about $58.95.
Bobbi Blu Women’s Joyner Sandal
I smile when I find a piece—whether it’s a T-shirt, jacket, or dress—that I want to buy and a friend says, “that looks like you.” Well, the entire Bobbi Blue line fits me to a tee. The sandal is all about the detailing. It’s original with the mix of genuine leather and fabric, while being romantic with the soft bow adorned in paisley flowers. Wear it to work with a gray pencil skirt or out to dinner with skinny jeans and a tank.
To purchase you’ll have to use the trusty old internet, check Amazon and you’ll find them for about $29.99.￼
Blowfish Casita Wedge
DSW Shoe Warehouse
3100 N Clark St
Chicago, IL 60657
For the girl on a budget. Dress up or dress down, this is a go-to sandal for pretty much any outfit. The wedge kicks you up 1 ½ inches. A synthetic canvas lining and outsole with a back-zip closure and crisscross straps give a breezy look. It shrieks spring to me.
To purchase head to DSW, where you’re sure to find a few other great looks too! Priced around $29.99.
Pastel fabrics and ruffles offer the chic flair that I see in this crocheted, open-toe wedge. The sandal piqued my interest for its elegant feel. With a 3 ¼ inch heel and 1 ¼ inch platform, it can be worn with jeans or a dress.
To purchase these head over to Piperlime.com, they are $60￼.
2044 N Halsted St
Chicago, IL 60614
Here’s the sandal to accompany pretty much all attire. Pair it with an outfit in any color or pattern that requires simpler footwear. Multi-straps, polished leather and an adjustable side buckle lend the sandal detailing. Try it in cognac, teal, or black.
To purchase these check out your local Aldo, they run about $35.￼