Current Obsession: Espadrilles

New season, new shoes. New shoes, new YOU! 

The weather is lighter and brighter, shouldn’t your shoes match that? Enter in espadrilles. THE shoe trend of the moment. Espadrilles feature a woven sole and come in many different shapes, sizes and colors! You are destined to fine your SOLEmate in this trend.

I know, there are so many new styles to keep up with and they just keep coming. Engage eyeroll now. Don’t get discouraged though! Espadrilles were huge last spring and summer and here they are again. Predicting trends can be tricky but if I had to guess, I would say they will be popular again next year when the warm weather rolls around. Buy now, love now and be on trend next summer as well!

Flatforms (meaning the sole is the same height across the whole shoe) are the most contemporary and my personal favorite. Wedges are a classic and will provide a great deal of comfort while giving high heel height. The heel for people who don’t like heels, yes please! A low espadrille makes for the perfect summer sandal. You can opt for an open or close toe. Either style will go with your current summer wardrobe and be easy to dress up for a night out after you hit the beach (or lake if you live in the PNW like me).

These shoes are as easy going as your summer should be. Throw them on with a dress for a delightfully darling look or add them to denim for a hip vibe. Any way you slice it, these shoes are everywhere at the moment. And I do mean everywhere, espadrilles have popped up in every store and every website that I’ve seen in the last four months. Each brand wanting to get in on the action. Have I mentioned that each pair I’ve worn have been extremely comfortable? I mean, what are you waiting for?  Your feet will thank you later.


What do you think of this style? I certainly have been loving mine! Can you picture yourself wearing these or are you already? Let me know and shop down below!






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