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Spring/Summer 2020: The Heeled Sandal You Need ๐Ÿ‘ 

After my post about flat mules and how they are a chic and comfortable shoe for Spring, today I want to write about heeled sandals. Flats are perfect for running, dancing and walking on cobbled streets. Still, nothing elongates the appearance of your legs like a pair of heels.

We’ve seen them all over Milan Fashion Week and on Bottega Veneta’s runway. The must-have shoe of this SS 2020 is the woven-padded leather sandal.

Bottega Veneta Milan Fashion Week 2020 Shoes
Bottega Veneta Milan Fashion Week SS2020

Today I am sharing with you two equally wonderful, yet still more affordable alternatives if you want to rock this style without breaking the bank.

Option 1 – Zara

Available in vanilla and black, Zara offers these quilted braided leather sandals with a square toe. The heel height is of 10.5 cm.

Good to know. These shoes aren’t just pretty, they are also environmentally friendly. They are part of Zara’s Join Life Collection, which means the leather was tanned using sustainable practices. All Join Life items are produced in tanneries that are certified under the Leather Working Group protocol, using renewable energy and technologies that reduce water consumption.


Option 2 – Stradivarius

Stradivarius has its own version of this trend too. These heeled sandals with padded braid detail have a heel height of 6 cm. They are ideal for those who prefer a lower heel and comfort. Available in three different colours: blue, beige and aquamarine. I got them in beige and they are just beautiful.

So here you go, let me know in the comments what do you think of this trend. And follow me on Instagram for more fashion inspiration.

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