Trendy Women’s Sandals You’ll Want to Wear All Summer Long

Sandal season is officially upon us. Since there are tons of chic styles to choose from, we’ve decided to make your search a little easier by rounding up some of our favorites. From low, strappy options to flatform espadrilles that provide extra height without sacrificing comfort, there’s a look here to fit any style or need. Not to mention, they’re all affordably priced and bound to work with a range of outfits in your closet — so we reckon they’re a pretty great investment.

Need any more convincing? Read on to shop our top picks, perfect for baring your pedicure this summer.

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1. Soda Espadrille Sandals

Done in range of versatile colors and prints atop a flatfrom base, this espadrille-style sandal is the ultimate warm-weather staple.

Pros: Comes in on-trend prints like snakeskin and cheetah to add edge to your look. The sandals include a supportive ankle strap and enough room around the toes to accommodate wide feet. Flatform wedge gives you extra height without the pain of wearing heels. The style also comes in half sizes.

Cons: Sandals may run large.

Soda Clip Casual Espadrille Sandals

2. Mudan Elastic Flat Sandals

If you prefer a more low-profile look, this strappy style is a great choice and offered at an unbeatable price.

Pros: The straps are elastic to provide a second-skin fit and reduce the chances of uncomfortable rubbing; they also wrap around the ankle for added support. The silhouette is timeless — so you'll never have to worry about it gong out of style — and is available in 10 different colorways and finishes.

Cons: The style lacks arch support, so it's not ideal to wear when walking long distances. It also may not be as durable as other options on the market.

Mudan Elastic Flat Sandals

3. Sandal Up Tie Ankle Strap Sandals

Thin ankle ties offer a bohemian touch to this minimalist style.

Pros: Straps and ankle ties are finished in soft flannel and available in four earth-toned versions. Sandal Up's option includes a non-slip rubber sole for added stability. Front strap is wide enough so as not to cramp toes.

Cons: The style lacks arch support.

Sandal Up Tie Ankle Strap Sandals

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