Summer sandals for wondrous wardrobe precision
Put a sleek spring in your step with our edit of pared-back summer sandals
A stylish pair of summer sandals will send your new season wardrobe soaring. We advocate investing in pared-back styles with minimalist might that will never lose their timeless appeal. Step into these styles now.
Summer sandals: Ancient Greek Sandals
Slip into Ancient Greek Sandals’ pared-back Lyra sandals, which are sleek in their simplicity. If you’re simply sunbathing in your back garden, they’ll have you thinking of the sublime shores of the Aegean Sea.
The sunset tones of the Scandinavian label’s Allai sandals will have you soaking up the holiday spirit even if you’re at home. These styles were handmade in Italy, using vegetable-tanned leather.
There’s seaside-imbued chic behind Hereu’s Pesca sandal, which nods to the uniform of fisherman. If you coveted craftsmanship too, the Spanish label’s designs are handcrafted by skilled artisans, using local materials.
Cocooning and cushioning textures bought a sense of comfort to S/S 2021 silhouettes. These delectably soft thong style sandals by Jil Sander have protective padded straps and a raised sole for added elegance.
Fan of Loewe’s signature Flamenco bag, which first lauched in the Seventies? This chic sandal style nod to the accessory’s drawstring pull, which curves sensually around the upper of the foot.
Think of these chunky soled styles as an update on the gladiator sandal. These summer sandals tie elegantly around the ankle, well suited to the beaches of Ibiza, where The Attico founders love to holiday, or simply your local streets.
Architecturally-inclined accessories label Neous delivers on these elementally designed summer sandals. A trio of upper straps secure the foot in a pared-back sophistication, styles well suited to both the beach and a evening soirée
Look no further for a lesson in modern minimalism. The Row’s effortlessly elegant summer sandals nod to the classic thong style, which returns with more strength each season. Here imagined in a sophisticated two-tone colourway.
Birkenstock x Faye Toogood
One of three collaborative styles between Birkenstock and London designer Faye Toogood, ‘The Forager’ subtly alludes to found objects and beachcombed artefacts, with sculptural strap details. §