Add a little sparkle to your step by adding embellishments to a pair of neutral flats! Today's DIY is simple and will only take you several minutes to instantly update your go-to sandals with rhinestones. All you need are neutral flats, bead glue, and embellishments — watch to see how it's done!
I thought long and hard before posting this find, that's how good it is. These classic Chloé leather sandals look like something handcrafted by a cobbler in Spain, and they look like something that would take you effortlessly from a little white sundress on a Saturday visit to the farmers market to a vacation in Greece with no problems. They're the kind of luxury sandal that's so simple, and five years from now, you'll be proudly wearing them as soon as the weather gets warm. The kicker: these Chloé sandals are $346 (originally $495). So go on, fetch this luxurious Friday find.
Our PopSugar NYC editor Marisa made the most of today's gorgeous Spring weather with a pair of pretty blue sandals that she paired with a beige dress. After obsessing over her chic and easy look, we found out the sandals are Lyell for Urban Outfitters and they're only $39. They've got a slight heel for a little extra height, but the most important thing besides being totally cute? Marisa insists they're insanely comfortable. She was so inspired by her new purchase that she just wrote about great pedicure spots for our New York City readers.
Our long wait for the Swedish Hasbeens collection for H&M is over, and now we have our go-to Summer shoe(s) within our reach, starting April 20 when the first deliveries hit stores. To refresh your memory, we've put together a lookbook of the easy Summer styles, and included some lovely shots of our own FabSugar TV host Allison McNamara modeling the '70s chic shoes.
As the scene on the sidewalks can attest, Manhattanites seem to be a bit confused about summer footwear. We've seen the loveliest outfit ruined by Havaiianas (we'll be nice and assume she was headed for a pedicure), the girl who thinks trendy gladiator sandals go with everything (they don't), and more than a few too-short skirts paired with too-high heels (still cringing from the panty flash). The dreaded maxi dress and pumps combo has made an appearance, and boots in 90+ heat are another baffling phenomenon. Why don't women seem to care? We understand that summer footwear should reflect the laid back, carefree spirit of the season, but we interpret that to mean swapping your skyscrapers for flat sandals, or using a dose of vivid color to punch up a neutral outfit. From t-straps to ankle wraps, there are surely better options for hitting the pavement than cheap plastic flip flops. We've picked out some styles we'd rather see.