I’m a summer baby (born in August) and I’ll take the hot weather over winter layering anyway! Sustainable fashion has come a longggg way when it comes to options so buckle up and shop slow because there are a ton of amazing sustainable sandals out there.
I actually purchased this sandal but sadly had to return since they were too big! The smallest size they sell is a 6 and I’d say they run true to size! I’m a 5.5 and these were too big to make it work!
If you have normal sized feet I highly recommend ABLE’s sandals. Very high quality for a reasonable price too!
Clearly a favorite brand of mine and with a few sandals I’m loving and plan on wearing this summer.
The block heel (pictured above) is a pair I personally own and love. Comfortable, low enough heel that you can wear it all day withy out it hurting.
The Women’s Wedge, I’m loving the 1940s vibe on these. Perfect with a sundress and big floppy hat!
These are by far one of my favorite pairs of sustainable sandals. Plus they are very comfortable! I’ve walked in these all day and my feet didn’t hurt one bit!
pssst! I snagged my pair off of Depop for a cool $100 so keep and eye out on you fav secondhand spots.
Where should you shop secondhand online? Check out this post!
Every pair of Mohinders is handmade in Athani, India and requires over 37 steps to make! I was kindly gifted their newest addition shoe, The Woven Sandal.
These sandals do require a little breaking and age beautifully over time! This particular pair is perfect for travel since they can fold almost flat + the fit so easy into a beach bag.
One of my favorite ethical brands + honestly some of the best shoes you could spend your hard earned money on! I’m lucky to own a few pairs and the quality is just amazing.
For any vintage loving gal a pair of huaraches (shown above in natural) are an amazing addition to you warm weather wardrobe.
Okay, so these are technically NOT sustainably made, BUT! One pair has lasted me almost 5 years! Let me tell you I can tear up some shoes and these things will last you a long time!
These are also my go to travel shoe. Why? The can mush super flat so they barely take up any space in your suitcase, and they are very comfortable. Perfect if you plan on walking a ton!
St. Agni is a little bit higher on the price scale but worth mentioning. I’m particularly fond of their woven slip on.
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