Summer may be in full swing, but it’s not too late to slip into this summer’s style. I mean, whoever said there’s anything wrong with being fashionably late?
So here are our top 5 sizzlin’ summer picks to help you step into style:
Color Me Stoked
Summer attire is always about color, so why not have a shoe that matches every outfit? Loriblu agrees with their elastic rainbow shoes pictured above.
The colors don’t stop once the heels come off with Footzyfold’s multi-colored striped Hamptons. The comfy and compact shoe showcases a striped pattern of vibrant colors that’ll match virtually any outfit you wear – blue, red, pink, green, yellow – no matter what we’ve got you covered!
Show off your freshly done pedicure with a little open toed shoe as shown with Steve Madden’s shoe above.
However, you wouldn’t wear high heels to the salon like you wouldn’t wear them to go hiking. So slip into a pair of Footzyfold’s Modern Mod in pink first, and still be able to let your toes breathe.
Pointed and Poised
A pointed shoe adds a bit of elegance to your summer attire as shown in Vera Wang’s heels above.
But you don’t have to stop looking chic once the heels come off as long as you have Footzyfold’s Fresca shoe. There’s an understated elegance about the Fresca that’s perfect to class up any summer look.
You’ve got colored shoes, you’ve got certain styled shoes, but now what you need in your closet is some texture! Liven up your outfit with a textured shoe as shown above in Brian Atwood’s green heels.
You can keep the textured look all day long with Footzyfold’s Boston shoe!
Laced Up, Not Down
You can finally lace up with your favorite shoe this summer without having to dress down as shown with these Dolce & Gabbana heels.
And you can continue to look fashion forward with Footzyfold’s Le Sport in Denim and Red. Both the colors and the shoe laces allow you to not miss a step in this summer’s fashion trends.
For more comfy, compact, and always fashion friendly shoes to wear this summer under $50, check out Footzyfolds entire Spring collection.
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